Nana Ama Mcbrown has narrated how she first met the crooner of the hit maker “Cobra”.
During her how on Onua TV, Nana Ama revealed that Mrs Gladys first approached her in town that she wanted her to help her promote her song.
Even though she was scared after listening to the song, she still recorded a video singing the song which made it go viral.
Ghanaian songstress, Obaapa Gladys’ song “Cobra” became a social media sensation, with people across the world participating in a viral dance challenge inspired by the song’s lyrics.
The song, which was originally released in early 2023, lingered in the background until late September when it unexpectedly surfaced on TikTok.
Within days, the song had gone viral, with celebrities like Shatta Wale and everyday people alike taking part in the dance challenge.
Despite its serious message, “Cobra” has become a source of joy and laughter for many people.
The song’s catchy melody and humorous lyrics have made it a favourite among people of all ages.
The song has also been used as a tool for social commentary, with people using it to satirize current events and political issues.
The producer of the song, Fred Kyei Mensah, says the song is about the dangers of deception and how one person’s words could ruin another person’s life.
He affirmed that the song’s lyrics, although funny, should be taken very seriously.
In a post on Facebook, the legendary sound engineer explained that “Cobra, was just an experimental song which I found the lyrics to be funny”.
Watch a snippet of the interview below: