According to Akwaboah, a poor person can still look good and smell good.
Highlife legendary and song composer Akwaboah has urged people to dress and smell nice even if they are ‘broke’.
He urged his fans, particularly those who are poor to present themselves in a manner so they do not look like their problems.
In a recent tweet did the highlife musician share this piece of advice.
Some people who look shabby and unkempt often attribute it to being poor.
Akwaboah’s message was targeted at such persons.
He wrote: “Even if you are broke, dress well and smell nice..it’s not a fake life..You can’t look like your problems”.
Many people shared his convictions and supported his stance.
Some ladies went on to add that they reject men not because they are broke, but how unpresentable they look.
Meanwhile, Dennis Nana Kwaku Dwamena popularly known as Kidi has said sampling people’s songs is part of music making.
Ghanaians offered a variety of opinions about the sampling of songs performed by Ghanaian musicians, and Kidi addressed such sentiments.
This follows the various criticisms that several Ghanaian musicians have had over the years for using other musicians’ tunes in their own songs.
On social media, people like Kuami Eugene, Mr. Drew, and Kidi have frequently been accused of sampling tunes.
Kidi contends that song sampling is an essential component of music production and that Ghanaians should be aware that local musicians are still skilled even when they occasionally use songs by other artists as samples.
Kidi claimed that even when he samples other people’s music, he also writes new melodies in conjunction with the original, making it likely that someone will sample one of his songs in the future.
Dress and smell nice even if you are broke – Akwaboah
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