Owner of the chart-topping and current club hit “Friday Night” in Ghana, , has claimed that he had no plans to produce the song.

Rising Takoradi-based Lasmid admitted that the song was not the one he had originally intended; instead, he had used the instrumental to compose a song for his birthday, which he found to be unappealing.

The hitmaker season 8 winner claims that after listening to the music, the chorus of the song “Friday Night” came to mind and led to the decision to record the song.

“It was my birthday and I was actually at home trying to record a birthday song, so I recorded and played the song but it didn’t sound well to me so I shunned working on it. I listen to the beats a day after again and for no reason, it sounded nice and the lyrics started coming. So, I did not sit down to write this song”, he said to Nana Quasi- Wusu (PM) during the ‘Dryve of your Lyfe’ show on Y 97.9 FM.

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‘Friday Night’ by Lasmid has received over 5 million plays on streaming platforms since its release, with a record 3.4 million streams on Boomplay.

The song is now at the top of both national and international charts, including Spotify’s Hottest Tracks in Ghana and Apple Music’s Top 100 Ghana.

Lasmid is known for songs such as ‘Sika’ featuring Kuami Eugene, ‘Atele’, ‘Father’ with Mr. Drew, ‘Odo Brassband’ featuring Kofi Kinaata, just to mention a few.


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