Fast rising singer Kwam B has released his much-anticipated song titled, ‘My Baby’.
The love themed song which tells the story of a young man professing love to a beautiful lady whom he describes as his ‘Baby’, features former militant Joint 77 and rapper Tulenkey.
Kwam B revealed to Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, how he got the two musicians on the record. “They heard the reception that the song was receiving and then we had a mutual conversation. I have someone here in Ghana that was able to link us up. It was all organic. Everything came naturally, as soon as I heard their verse on the song, I loved it. I wouldn’t say it was difficult at all.”
Joint 77’s verse added a dynamic spice to the song while Tulenkey dropped some hot rap bars to complete the record.
He revealed “I like to experiment a lot. Their sound is different and try different things. Joint has his own style, Tulenkey also has his own style and I think they are both talented. I just knew it will turn out well if I put both of them on the song.”
Born Kwame Nkansah Boakye, Kwam B, as he is more commonly known, is a writer and performer from Ghana in West Africa. At the age of 15, Kwam B began creating and recording music, which has since become his source of enjoyment.
He also released “I’m Done”, which has gained popularity on TikTok, thanks to a challenge in which women share stories about how their best friends stole their loved ones. He is currently working on the remix of the song with one of the biggest artistes and a mentor he looked up to growing up.
He is also the owner of the “Kwam B” Foundation, which aids underprivileged kids and children living with HIV.
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