Amusement of Wednesday, 3 March 2021
Sensational, rapidly-growing Ghanaian dancehall artiste, J.Derobie who gained the hearts of songs lovers with his hit solitary, ‘Poverty’ has reacted to promises that he does not look like what 1 would anticipate of a frequent act of his style.
According to him, the perception that all dancehall functions appear unkempt and act rowdy is in poor flavor and ought to be erased from the minds of Ghanaians.
Talking in an job interview with NY DJ on Y102.5FM’s Ryse N Shyne radio display, the musician reported, “People say I don’t glance like a dancehall artiste but I just experience I am a new seem to them. This is a unique individual. Dancehall comes in different ways and I am a person of them”.
The musician who is not perturbed about these statements and is targeted on undertaking his audio says, “I am not likely to improve from me mainly because I do dancehall and individuals be expecting me to look a sure way. I portray the other aspect of what other dancehall artistes need to glance like”.
J. Derobie even so mentioned that he leaves his serene mother nature at the entrance of each and every clearly show or effectiveness he is billed for.
“When I mount stages, it is a distinctive problem completely. I am not my relaxed self at all. The audio and group is one thing that drives me”.
The gifted musician produced the Nungua Diaries venture last calendar year. The EP which was encouraged by his lifetime and escalating up in Nungua is about really like, real lifetime and the struggles of young men seeking to make it in lifestyle.