Augustine Warro appears determined to make it to the top sooner or later with good strategy to market his album on the Africa continent.
His new album, ‘Who Go Pay’ which has a lot of good songs, is yet to be aired on some radio stations in the country.
The hiplife music star is seen as an inspiration, and has indeed proved beyond all reasonable doubts to his numerous fans that he really has come to stay.
The nine track album has great songs like ‘Akyekyedee’, ‘Obaa Wei’ and ‘Sweet Girl’ which would keep a listener glued to his set.
One of the tracks, ‘Obaa Wei’, is a mid-tempo song rendered in hiphop and afro pop beats, with a beautiful rhythm to match.
Warro’s music is a combination of excellent songwriting skills, good vocals and instrumentation. The songs on the album are full of catchy, excellent tunes with immense commercial potential.
The title-track, ‘Who Go Pay’, speaks for itself with a danceable flair that makes it difficult for the feet to stop tapping. The song contains a powerful lyric that touches the soul as it draws out meaning in a simplistic form.
By George Clifford Owusu
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