Apparently most people are mad and angry to be born in a country like Ghana or so I think.
Wanlove Da Kubolor, known in real life as Emmanuel Owusu Bonsu (Wanlov) who was born to Romanian mother and a Ghanaian father adds his controversies to the crisis the country currently faces through a refined Pidgen setting record.
Oh yes Wanlov said that. Kubolor’s albums have challenged the limits of Afro-pop culture in recent times. He’s one creative individual who hates shoes and trousers, at least, his intimidating lifestyle can wave out the huge corruption the country faces.
Not only does the message of the song addresses current issues, it goes ahead to reveal why Ghana is indeed a “FOKN Country” but “No b ma fault say dey” “Say dey born me aye” “Born me for ghana”
You should enjoy Kyekyeku’s percussion in this beautiful record.
Do you feel the same way about your country? Well stream FOKN COUNTRY below.
Brief about the composers:
Wanlov the Kubolor – Lyrics, Guitar
Kyekyeku – Guitar, Percussion
Francis Norman – Viola
Song recorded, mixed & mastered by Kyekyeku.
Written by Wanlov the Kubolor
Cover image by Lisa Lovatt-Smith.
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