Famous Ghanaian rapper turned singer, Kofi Kinaata has revealed that promoting his songs beyond the borders of Ghana is the least of his problem now.
During an exclusive interview with Y FM monitored by browngh.com, the “Things Fall Apart’ hitmaker noted that he’s not desperate to push his music outside the shores of Ghana and he’s not willing to subject himself to the pressure of the public and do things he’s not ready for as most of his colleagues does.
According to him, music promotion is all about good initiatives, proper plans and strategies.
“I am not desperate for that, though everyone wants to cross boundaries it is a planned work, you don’t follow the crowd and do as others are doing, I am not desperate to go beyond the borders, my feature with Patoranking is part of the steps to put in place,” he said.
The award-winning songwriter speaking to comments if he was to release songs with English lyrics mentioned that music had no language and was a matter of melodies and a listener needed not to understand the words before they listen to the song.
“I don’t think music has a language, melodies don’t have languages, we listen to a lot of songs, we listen to them but we don’t understand, if you have to let them understand your music before they listen, songs are not sermons and even if you do not understand the song you should relate with the melodies,” he added
He finally mentioned that his recently released videos, ‘Thy Grace Part 1’ and ‘Thy Grace Part 2’ were not to promote the songs but to cushion his fans with a viewing pleasure and appreciated their support in his career.