The road-tested single titled 'Aha Yede' from Nana Boroo was able to connect Ghanaian music fans and has become the fastest rising single after Swagger by Ruff-N-Smooth.
Most recently, the tune, which became has debuted on so many chart is the official song for this Easter celebrations in Ghana.Thanks to beat maker, Killbeatz’s energetic interpretation on the beat and SK Blinks French laced voice on the song; he was able to capture party lovers attention with the song.
Nana Boroo told Ghana Music.com that this song title refers to his "really relaxed and free" approach to making music. Read on to know more about more on the song, 'Aha Yede'.
Ghana Music.com: Now when a lot of people think of Nana Boroo, they think of a very sleek, sexy musician who does Francophone music. What do you have to say about that?
Nana Boroo: Boroo has been an underground artist in Tema for a longtime; this song is his breakthrough into the musical world.
Ghana Music.com: What is your music background? (Tell your story)?
Nana Boroo: I am a Sound engineer that goes by the name Possible.
Ghana Music.com: Who are your musical influences?
Nana Boroo: Obrafour, Reggie Rockstone and many more.
Ghana Music.com: How do you describe your music to people?
Nana Boroo: I can say I am one of the best engineers who has worked with top artists like Saakodie, R2Bees, Kasapa (Ikonz), Vibz and many more but my career has yet to be exposed. Sarkodie's “Endu Ra Me Hu Nyame” was recorded and mixed in my studio.
Ghana Music.com: What image do you think your music conveys?
Nana Boroo: All kinds - Good bad, sad and happy moments.
Ghana Music.com: What are your immediate music career goals?
Nana Boroo: To be one of the good sound engineers in Ghana.
Ghana Music.com: How do you rate your performance ability? (Be very critical).
Nana Boroo: Good.
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