Kofi Kinaata, the reigning Highlife Songwriter of the Year, recently broke down in front of his followers, bringing tears to their eyes.
On an occasion thought to be a funeral thanksgiving, Kofi Kinaata was entertaining guests with a live band performance of his songs.
The ecstatic audience was filming him when he sang the hit song, Thy Grace, word for word, causing the singer to grow emotional.
It wasn’t long before tears welled up in his eyes as he reflected on the huge outpouring of love that had interrupted his performance.
Before being taken to his seat, he was consoled by guests.
Kofi Kinaata crying whiles singing his own song. Sweetest video I’ve even seen. Good music is like a bullet. pic.twitter.com/WDqfZPmiKy— Ara Maestro 🇬🇭🐬 (@_MukadasMaestro) June 3, 2022
Away from that, Ghanaian musician Ayesem has hinted on plans made to commence Julie High School Tour across bthe length and breath of Ghana.
Speaking in an interview on Cheers fm 90.7 on the PM drive show hosted by renowned journalist Cityzen Kwadwo Kwakye Junior, the Koti hit maker disclosed that he intends to go on a nationwide tour in numerous senior high school to sensitive the students on the effects of teenage pregnancy.
According to him, all is in order for the tour to begin.
He also revealed that his new tune; Julie is based on a real life story that he witnessed some three years ago.
Known in real life as Stephen Siaw, Ayesem is one of the most talented artists in the Western region and Ghana as a whole.
He released Julie about two weeks ago. The song which was released along with visuals has since become the talk of town and has received a lot of applauds from music lovers and major industry players.