Go To The Ghetto If You Want To Change The Lives Of ‘Wee’ Smokers – Nacee

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Celebrated Ghanaian gospel musician and music sound engineer, Nana Kwaku Osei popularly known as Nacee in a one-on-one interview with Serwaa Amihere on GhOne TV has responded to backlashes from Ghanaians after the release his viral secular song, “Boys Boys” featuring Guru.

Nacee responding to those backlashes stated that the majority of music lovers did not understand the message of the song hence the backlashes.

According to Nacee, he produced that song to motivate the youths to work hard to avoid being dumped by their girlfriends for richer men and also to desist from attacking rich people in society.

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To Nacee, the “Boys Boys” song was an inspirational song to the youths of Ghana to never give up on their hustle and dreams.

He added that the fact that he is a gospel musician doesn’t mean he is restricted from producing inspirational songs and made an analogy that the only way to reach out to ‘wee’ smoking folks and change their lives is to visit them in the Ghetto.

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So in essence, his “Boys Boys” song was to reach out to people who have less or no interest in gospel music.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.com


Samuel-Clement, Senior Staff Writer
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