Hunger Kills Me As An Underground Artist – Singer Fameye

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Ghanaian musician Peter Famieh Bozah, better known on stage as Fameye has said he goes through a lot of stress as underground artist and isn’t respected.

In an interview with Zionfelix, the rapper indicated that he doesn’t know whether he doesn’t have the favor of God that’s why he’s still not recognized after going through a lot as underground artist.

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“It pains me a lot because I realized after singing on stage people sing the song I do but still remains underground, I don’t know whether I don’t have the favour of God upon myself and I’m not respected.

“It becomes stressfull after someone invest a lot into your career and yields no positive result, even though I don’t cry, I get hungry.” He said.

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Fameye is popularly known for his song ‘Nothing I get’ and is set to release another on which will make the way for him.

Watch the interview below.


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