Ghanaian rapper, Kofi Kinaata has said his aim is to make good songs and not just hits records.
The ‘Susuka’ hitmaker stated that he would rather be known for making good songs that are impactful than meaningless songs that will make him popular.
Speaking in an interview with Graphic Showbiz, Kinaata stressed that he does not anticipate that his song will become a hit song when he is releasing it.
“I want to be noted for doing good songs. Songs like Susuka, Sweetie Pie, Confession, Single and Free are great songs everyone can relate to and I am happy with the positive feedback I always get,” he said.
He explained that it is mostly difficult for good songs to become hit songs in Ghana while blaming DJs and music promoters for hyping bad songs.
“It takes divine intervention for a good song to blow up in Ghana. I know of so many good songs that are not hits.
“It was difficult for a song like Chocho Mucho by Bless to become a hit just because he didn’t have the money to push it but other songs I don’t even regard as songs are doing so well,”
“The DJs will not play a song, especially from an up and coming artiste, but would prefer to play a bad song from a popular artiste which is not cool,” he added