Ghanaian musician Nana Boroo has refuted claims that his three-year absence from the music industry is due to his inability to withstand competition in the music industry.
Speaking to Graphic Showbiz on Monday, Nana Boroo said he had been quiet not because he was afraid of competition that he is instead taking his time to bring Ghanaians evergreen music.
“I do not do disposable songs. I mean I do not do songs that will not last beyond three months. I take my time, put in a lot of work and research and then come out with good music. The fact that I have not been all over the media does not mean work is not going on,” he stated.
He said he was working behind the scenes to produce quality music.
“Take a song like, Aha Yede, it’s been like almost nine years now, but whenever it is played, it still sends people into a frenzy. They still get on their feet to dance to it. That is the kind of music I am talking about. That is the kind of music I do,” he said.
According to him, he is not in a race with anyone so he will not yield to pressure by people to release songs.
About nine years ago, he broke the airwaves with his hit single, Aha Yede and later followed up with songs like ‘Babiaa Soso,’ ‘Bolinga’ and ‘Big Mama.’
He recently released a song titled ‘Broken Heart,’ a true life story of how a woman broke his heart.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana