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I Didn’t Mean What I Said – E.L Apologizes To DJs For Warning Them Not To Play His Old Songs



Ghanaian rapper and beat maker, E.L has explained that the outburst which resulted in his quest to caution Ghanaian DJs not to play his old songs emanated from frustration.
It can be recalled in a radio interview where the host kept diverting the focus of their discourse to his old music while he was there promoting his new releases.
In line with his past sentiments, E.L admitted that his choice of words may have been extremely harsh and as such, he has apologized if they were misconstrued.
“It happened because I went on this radio interview and the lady who was interviewing me kept on mentioning the old music when I was trying to promote new music. So that’s what frustrated me and I came out and said you know what, don’t play the old songs again, focus on the new music… So I definitely apologize if it was taken the wrong way, that’s not my intention,”  the rapper explained.
He went on to explain that his intention was not to disregard his old tunes but to encourage fans to embrace his growth as a musician.
E.L emphasized the significance of fans recognizing his evolution and embracing the new music he dishes out.
“I misspoke concerning that. But the point I was trying to make at that time was that sometimes artists, we evolve, we grow. And you want people to really try and understand who you’ve become, what you’ve become, and also love you for what you’ve grown into” he said.
“So when that focus is not given or when that attention is not given to you it gets frustrating because people are looking for the old you but there’s no more old you because you have grown into a new person. So what I was trying to say was that let’s try and grow together because the old songs let them be the old songs,” he further stated.

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