Award winning Ghanaian artiste, Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah known by the stage name Kofi Mole has hailed Ghanaians for their massive support for his craft since he emerged on the music scene.
Kofi Mole revealed to Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM that his song ‘Mensah’ got his name onto the lips of Ghanaians but “Don’t be late” made him play shows in every region across the country.
He remarked “Ghanaians accepted me a long time ago. In 2019 when I released my song Mensah some part of Ghana got to know of Kofi Mole and they started listening to my songs and following me on my various social media handles.
“When Don’t be late came, it made me tour the whole of Ghana and by the time I realized I had played shows in almost every region across Ghana. Ghanaians have accepted me so I’m active everywhere which makes me get shows to play most at times.”
When asked about the role his recent awards he got has played in making Ghanaians to be accepting his brand and craft,
Kofi Mole said “I won’t disregard the power of the awards because that also counts a lot. It has made a lot of Ghanaians come to the realization that Kofi Mole is also into the game right now because the awards make you relevant.
“If you’re doing a job in Ghana and whoever is in control of the work you’re doing says take this award for the work well done I think it’s an indication that you’re doing the right thing.
“So the awards has really helped me to get my brand and name well established,” Kofi Mole told Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM 90.3 MHz.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)