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Da Boy out with Money Machine

BY: Kofi Duah / Graphic Showbiz / Ghana

New entrant onto the music scene, Adjei Anan aka Da Boy says he has gathered enough confidence as an underground artiste for many years learning from the likes of Kojo Antwi, Nana Quame , Reggie Rockstone  and Daddy Lumba and has been encouraged to come out with his own song Money Machine.

The 26-year old former student of Pope John Secondary school recorded his latest work at Illmuzikgh in Accra. In the song released officially on February 20 last month, Da Boy, tells the story of a man who was not content with what he had and rather fought for little things that were not of importance.

Also in the song, Da Boy advises everybody to be content with the little he or she has.  Born in Ghana but based in the United States, Da Boy told Showbiz that even though, Ghana was full of great talents such as Sarkodie, Guru, Bisa Kdei and  Shatta Wale he still believed he can make it  because his style was unique.

“Although I am an upcoming artiste I believe I have something to offer Ghanaians and I want them to give me a listening ear. The positive response I receive on my Facebook and Twitter pages is enough to say that I am doing something good.” Da Boy said. 

As someone new in the hip-life scene, Da Boy claims he stands for good music and that once you do good music you are accepted in no time because everyone likes to enjoy good music. 

Da Boy said he has put together a team in Ghana who are working hard to push his music and brand on every platform available as a means to promote his music in the country.

Born to Mr Edward Anan and Madam Love Marfo, Da Boy believes the sky is his limit so far as doing good music is concerned. He thanked all who made his dream of being a musician come through.