Elom Adablah, a musician from Ghana better known by his stage name , has expressed his thoughts on the current generation of performers.

The “Mi Naa Bo Po” hitmaker stated during an interview with Amansan Krakye that he is not intimidated by the rise of new talents.

said on Property FM in Cape Coast, which Dklassgh.Com listened to, that he feels secure in his surroundings even if other artists might feel intimidated.

He made it clear on the program. Oh no, I'm not going to shudder over the arrival of the new generation of artists because I'm E.L. and I take care of everything, so I have nothing to shiver over.

“So those things don't bother me at all that's why I dey my zone and I'm very comfortable in my music space so I understand that some artistes might be intimidated.

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“But for me, it's even a happy moment because if I see that right now the wave is going this way I can follow or if it's going that way I can enter so it's very comfortable for me,” he concluded.

SOURCE: Dklassgh.Com