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My Dream Of Filling O2 Arena Inspired ‘Kwaku Ananse’ Song – Amerado Reveals

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According to Amerado, it has been his greatest desire to be able to fill the coveted O2 arena in the United Kingdom (UK), and that goal encouraged him to come up with his new song titled “Kwaku Ananse”.

The salient Ghanaian rapper revealed that his music is composed based on emotions and the type of song he releases mostly depends on how excited or sad he is at that moment.

Speaking in a recent interview with Giovani Caleb on Accra-based 3FM, the reigning VGMA best rapper of the year award winner revealed that his aim is to come up with a hit song each and every year and God has answered his prayers and that is one major reason why his new song titled ‘Kwaku Ananse’ is making strides in the music industry.

“I don’t know how to write but I am not saying those who write are not good. I dwell on my emotions. If I am sad I do sorrowful songs and if am happy I do happy songs,” the rapper said.

“But you know we are in September and I have prayed to God that each and every year he should grant me one hit song and the year is now getting to the end so I was like I need a hit song. But why is it that people talk about me if I go for interviews and I say this and that?” he added.

“It [my new song] was inspired by the O2 arena saga so the dream is to fill the 02 arena one day. I will be so glad if I do that but for now, I have to be able to do music to cater for the family” he further stated.

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