Gladstorm Kwabena Jnr., better known as , an award-winning Ghanaian singer, has revealed what vocation he would have pursued if it weren’t for music.

Akwaboah was asked by a fan who commented on the broadcast what he would have been doing if it weren’t for music during an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz show.

According to Akwaboah, he wanted to study medicine at school but was unable to do so due to a lack of aptitude in mathematics. As a result, he had to abandon his dream and concentrate on his music instead.

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Akwaboah has established himself as one of the country’s top male vocalists. He is the son of Kwadwo Akwaboah, the Legendary.

Regardless of the fact that he was unable to pursue his dream job. Akwaboah is widely regarded as one of Ghana’s most talented musicians.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian artist Akaateba Christopher Akanvarichaab, better known by his stage name Teflon Flexx, has claimed that several award systems in the country are using musicians.

Some prize schemes, according to the multi-talented musician, just buy plagues for GHc10 in order to deceive musicians in the guise of honoring them.

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These schemes, according to Teflon, make a lot of money at the cost of the performers.

According to Teflon Flexx, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) provide…..continue reading

Source: Dklassgh.com

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