Highlife singer, Fameye claims that his goal while writing songs is not to win prizes, but rather to reach out to music fans with a certain message.
The “Notin A Get” singer claims that his primary motive for making music is still using innovative lyrics to convey tales that would motivate the general public in their everyday struggles.
The gifted musician remarked in an interview with the Ghana News Agency that he was more worried about having an influence on people’s lives than he was about the fame that came with performing music.
“I see myself as a storyteller. For me, making music goes beyond being a celebrity and has more to do with my story and the message I want to communicate to my listeners.
“I don’t eye the Songwriter of the Year award whenever I am creating my music. I just want to send a message across to fans that resonates with their daily lives,” he stated.
Fameye responded to a question regarding the specific genre he has been concentrating on in recent years by saying, “I don’t view myself as a solely Highlife artist because I feel I am still discovering myself with the particular sort of genre I perform, but I consider myself a diverse act.
“The dream is to live a great legacy in Ghanaian music circles like the likes of Amakye Dede, Ebo Taylor, Daddy Lumba. Okomfour Kwadee, among others have done.”