Raphael Kofi Attachie, better known as Camidoh, the Afropop and Afrobeats musician, has revealed how his mother's company has benefited from his singing abilities.
The singer's mother, the headmistress of Ola Girls SHS, employed him as a child to sell sodas and beverages.
The majority of the pupils, according to him, bought his mother's goods because they always yearned to hear and watch him perform.
He stated, “I used to help my mom sell, and I was loving it,” in a Roselyn Felli interview. Girls used to come and buy more of my CDs because they thought the music was so good and they wanted to hear me sing and see my face.
The singer also thanked Boom Play and his fans for helping him surpass a 100 million-view goal on their platform.
When I first entered the industry, Boom Play was one of the sites where I only truly attracted a small percentage of listeners. I worked hard to ensure that my fans were represented equally across all channels. I'm pleased that we have at last reached a stunning milestone that not many people have achieved.