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Blak P inspires Ghetto Youths with new single; Atamfony3nyame

He believes 'Atamfony3nyame', aka 'Enemies aren't God', will motivate them to survive.

New Sensational Musician, Adu Patrick, known by the stage name, Blak P, has made an assertion that it is high time Ghanaians give much respect to the ghetto youth.

The musician said this in an interview with Zionfelix on the uncut show because he believes they are the same people who assume positions as ministers and other prominent people in Ghana.

He explained that most people think those living a ghetto lifestyle are the once causing troubles in our society, killing and living indecently.

In their defence, artiste hoped to draw the attention of Ghanaians to the fact that they are the once who become prominent and great people in the future. 

He therefore believes his song, ‘Atamfony3nyame’, which translates as ‘Enemies aren’t God’, will motivate them to survive. 

Blak P is the newest multi-faceted musician who has produced for Kwaku Manu ft Article and Fameye titled ‘Enye Me Fault’, ‘Too Much’ and ‘Timing Na We’.

Follow him On Instagram, Facebook @blakpgh and Twitter @blakp2.

Watch ‘Atamfony3nyame’ music video Below:

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

Singer, Songwriter, scriptwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts, brands and communications expert.

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