Ghanaian rapper, Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah widely known as Kofi Mole has revealed that his recent EP titled ‘Aposor Love’ was inspired by his former girlfriend.
According to him, the EP which is dedicated to lovers who have been jilted by their partners was based on past occurrences in his love life.
Kofi Mole indicated that 2 of the songs off the EP are his real life stories.
“The girl who broke my heart to do ‘Don’t be late’ was part of the reason I recorded this EP. But I didn’t do the whole tape for myself. I also addressed other relationship issues that people are facing or going through.” The ‘Mensah’ rapper explained
He continued: “Personally, I think ‘Don’t be Late’ and ‘Bestie’ tell my story but the others are stories of others that people can relate to.”
Kofi Mole is currently promoting his 5 track EP titled ” Aposor Love”.
The album includes his most popular hit ‘Don’t be late,’ and 4 new tracks Me ne Woaa, Your Love, Bestie and Obi Pe with production credit going out to Yung Demz, Kofi Mole, Mand, Qwesi king and Kobby Jay.