Highlight musician, Kofi Kinaata says he is always fulfilled when his songs leave an impact on society positively.
According to the Takoradi-based artiste, he writes songs that his fans can easily relate to.
Speaking with Joy Entertainment’s Becky, Kofi Kinaata said he feels sees it as a waste of time when his works do not carry a good message or advice.
“If I am singing, I must make sure my music is bringing hope to the hopeless, comfort like advising and at the same time, entertaining because I have seen a lot and still seeing a lot. When I do a song with no content, I feel like I am wasting the time of the listeners because there are a whole lot of things to be talked about,” he said.
Kofi Kinaata referred to his ‘Behind the Scene’ as an example of songs that people are able to easily relate to.
“In my Behind the scenes song, I just needed something people can relate to. I was comforting the travelers who have moved from their comfort zone and at the time telling their relatives, things are not moving well like that so they should take time for them. I was talking to the relatives, at the same time talking to the hustlers and also praying to God,” he added on E Vibes.
E Vibes is a weekly programme that delves into the background of the country’s celebrated personalities who are doing tremendous work in their chosen field of work.
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