PA fast rising artiste who is thrilling the industry with songs that could elevate the interest of Ghanaians to think of the return of ‘Castro de Destroyer’, has emerged from Kwasimintsim in the Western Region.
Ebenezer Essuman, popularly known by stage name Blaq Aroma, last week released a track titled ‘Y3ma gaba’, which is currently receiving massive airplay.
“Y3ma gaba is a song that teaches people not to lean on their effort by not giving this year a chance to fail,” the singer said.
Speaking with Times Weekend in Accra on Monday, the fast rising highlife singer indicated that although he brought a unique swag in the system, he also learnt his lines from Castro, saying, he was his mentor.
He said Castro created a gap in the industry which had to be occupied to heal his fans from the trauma of his disappearance adding that, “I have occupied his position within the industry to keep the dice rolling on his behalf.”
Blaq Aroma called on Ghanaians and industry players to support him to bring out the best in him.
He said key industry players fail to support young talents and they push them to the gutters without lending a helping hand for them to rise.
The highlife singer, who has triumphantly entered the industry with two singles torched a hope in many fans of ‘Under fire’ that the artiste has appeared in a new body and needed them to rally round him for success.
He expressed hope in collaborating with Genesis, an industrial artiste who is changing trends with Ga language to complement his Fante lyrics in entertaining fans.
The sensational singer urged Ghanaians to patronise his art which is available on all the major entertainment streamline sites like iClouds, iTunes and Sound cloud.
By Joyceline Natally Cudjoe