Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Gambo, has teamed up with Kechi to release a song celebrating the virtues of marriage.
'Settle' encourages women to bring an end to the long years of waiting and acting as 'house helps' before being taken to the altar for marriage.
Gambo believes women do not need to be kept at home, cooking and washing dishes for four to five years before they are married.
A fellow up to his hit song 'Boys Aye Wild', he drummed home the message in 'Settle' that men must not only be the breadwinner or spoil their partners but must marry them without wasting so many years.
The highly controversial and versatile musician, Gambo says the time when women had to wait for five years before they are married is over, urging women to quit a relationship in which their partners are not proposing marriage.
In 'Settle', Gambo continued his admired tradition of showcasing and marketing the beautiful side of Ghana to the outside world.
The wedding banger comes after he was recently named the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Unsung Act of The Year.
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