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Kumerica Needs To Project Singers To Sustain The Movement, Drill Alone Can’t Do It – KandyBOY

Universal Remedy Entertainment new act, KandyBOY has revealed what is needed to sustain the music side of the Kumerican Movement.

According to the young talented songwriter and vocalist, drill or Asakaa paved the way for a number of talents from Kumasi to be heard globally.

Though this was a positive move for Kumasi music, KandyBOY believes for the whole movement to be sustained and pushed further greater attention must also be given to singers and vocalists from the region to also project their God given talent.

KandyBOY, who is also an instrumentalist and producer, thinks the missing element in the music wave from Kumasi is his type of talent, which is deep songwriting prowess with sweet melodic sounds.

KandyBOY, is also one of the few acts who is well versed in live studio recording. This talent of his was praised massively by music fans in 2021 when Flowking Stone featured him in a live recording of ‘Obipe’ remix.

Ahead of Valentine, KandyBOY is making a full entry into the music world as he announces his first major single titled, ‘This Time (Be My Valentine)’ as a gift for lovers of good music as we all celebrate ‘Love’ in the month of February.

He urges music enthusiasts to bet their last coin on him as he is here to stay for good in the music industry.

Production credits of KandyBOY’s single, ‘This Time (Be My Valentine)’ goes to Tubhani Muzik and the song will be available on all music streaming platforms by Thursday, 10 February 2022.

Ghcurtis

I'm a young black Ghanaian entrepreneur (Blogger/Youtuber) with a strong passion for entertaining vibes.... It is with this desire that I have taken it upon myself to seek out young talent and uprising artists to promote their work, hopefully to reach the top...

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