Budding Ghanaian music artist, Democraxy has released his latest single, ‘Hot Gyal’ on a hot dancehall rhythm, which he hopes would open the door for Ghanaians to embrace his diversity.
According to him, he is a dynamic artist with varying music styles that he believes would resonate with his existing fans and new ones alike.
“I decided to jump on a Dancehall riddim for ‘Hot Gyal’ because dancehall is big in Ghana at the moment thanks the likes of Stonebwoy, who is a mentor, among others. But I am not a dancehall artist, I rap and sing, and my fans can attest to this from my previous mixtapes and releases. ‘Hot Gyal’ is a fun banger and I hope that Ghanaians would embrace it and enjoy it,” says Democraxy.
Real name Jonathan Twum Boateng, Democraxy was born in Koforidua, where he had his primary education at the Koforidua Anglican Government School. He completed his JHS education at Great Lamptey Mills.
He then started his SHS education at Catholic Social Advance where he studied Business Accounting before he was transferred to Koforidua Secondary Technical to further his SHS education. At Koforidua Sectech, he was elected Entertainment Prefects.
Democraxy started doing music at the age of 8. He has performed on well-known shows like Fun World, Mr. and Mrs. SHS, Xmas Fiesta, High school recognized, Old school Reunion, Adom FM Kasa Hare among others.
Democraxy, who had his first recording in 2002, is currently signed to Missionlinks Entertainment and is currently working on materials towards his debut album.
His music influences include Obrafour, Terry Bonchaka, Reggie Rockstone VIP, Buk Bak, Castro, Sarkodie, EL, Rocky Dawuni, Okyeame Kwame and Stonebwoy.
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