Highlife musician Kwabena Kwabena has revealed that his next album, due in 2023, will be dedicated to God.
According to him, all the songs in the seventh album will contain only gospel tracks to appreciate the goodness of God.
“My seventh album is going to be a seven-track gospel album. That’s what it’s going to be. My seventh album is all dedicated to my maker, and I’m going to make seven tracks for my seventh album. All gospel or inspirational songs,” he stated in an interview on Prime Morning, Wednesday, November 9.
Known for making love hits, the “Tokro” hit maker believes love is deemed the ultimate gift on earth; hence, the reason for writing love songs.
“It’s not like a title, but I’ve got so much love to give because I believe that this world and everything going on around it and everything that’s making the world suffer is due to lack of love for each other, for humanity, for the environment, or any other thing we found ourselves confronted with.
“Love is always the ultimate, because God is love,” he added.
Kwabena Kwabena, also known as “draftsman,” revealed his plans to enter the real estate business. The musician is currently training some upcoming musicians, whom he said will be outdoored in 2023.
He is set to release part of his sixth album on Friday, November 11, 2022 and the other in January, 2023.
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