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WAS KOFI KINAATA’S “CONFESSION” COMPOSED TO PREACH AGAINST OR ENCOURAGE ALCOHOL USE?

Spectr News Theme Nii Ayi Mensah Lartey
9 January, 2017

Fante rap god, Kofi Kinaata is one of the best and finest music revelation of this generation, since breaking out onto the scene with the heavy backing of the High Grade Family, and he has given us back to back hits to boldly cement his place in the industry.

Some of his songs like “Susuka” has been number one on several charts across the country and gone a long way to win him prestigious awards bringing him major recognition and boost in his music career. He has over the years proven that he is not a nine-day-wander kind of artist but rather there is deep depth of musical and artistic composition and delivery embedded in him.

His new song, “Confession” has caught the attention of many, quickly becoming the best jam of the new year and many Pop and night clubs can’t resist the tempting appetite for the song by patrons but it seems the message of the song is been misread/misunderstood by the artist’s fans and music lovers who follow him with keen interest.

Most of the video seen on social media clearly depict support for the use of alcohol using the song as main motivator to drink more and be intoxicated for the fan of it which for sure is not the message Kinaata had in mind when he recorded the song and decided to put it out for public entertainment.

The question now is, are the fans interpreting the message of the song the right way, must Kinaata come out to explain it to them?

Written by Amegavi Samuel (www.tmghlive.com)

 

 

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