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I Don’t Care About The Backlash, My Music Journey Still Goes On – Kisa Gbekle



It appears as if actress-turned-musician Kisa Gbekle, seems to be focused on her dream, as she is bent on making a massive impact on her new music journey.
A few weeks ago, the female socialite caused a massive uproar on social media after posting a video on her official Instagram page to announce the start of a dance challenge for her newly released song, Korkor.
Since then, there has been a numerous reactions, with most people commending her for taking the bold step to venture into music while critics have advised her to stick to her acting career.
Divergent to requests for her to stick to her acting career, it appears that Kisa, who has featured in a larg number of movies, is not ready to quit her music business.
In a recent interview on Accra-based YFM, Kisa Gbekle spoke about the backlash she has received since announcing her music career and subsequently, the release of her new song titled “Korkor”.
“I don’t care about the backlash; my music journey will go on. You know I have a tough skin. Music has always been a part of me, and I’ve decided to share that part with my fans and the world. I believe in my talent, and I’m passionate about my music” she stated emphatically.
“I have brothers who own studios in the house, I have writers as well so I just grabbed one of them to write the song for me. And that has inspired me to take my music journey to the next level. I have had a thing for music since 2013,” she added.
“I understand that not everyone will support my music journey but I am doing this for myself and my true fans. I will continue to improve and grow as an artiste,” she further stated.
Despite the numerous criticisms, Kisa Gbekle’s “Korkor” tune has garnered an appreciable amount of attention on social media platforms and music streaming services.
The accompanying music video of her recently released song has also garnered over 20,000 views on the YouTube streaming platform.

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