It was incredible to see Ghana’s youngest musician, Kallai Nana Qwaachi, also known as “Fotocopy,” take the stage at the 4Syte Music Mansion for the official premiere of his new song and music video, “Tomorrow.”
The song, which features Khona hitmakers Uhuru, was produced in Ghana by music producer DDT and partially recorded in Johannesburg, South Africa’s renowned Kalawa Jazmee Records studio.
Before the chorus of Tomorrow, it began to buzz from the line array speakers, the excited crowd counted down.
Due to the fact that Fotocopy was born the same year as Mafikizolo and Uhuru, two South African musicians who wrote the song Khona, this song represents a dream come true for him.
This is a major breakthrough for my career, he stated in an interview with Joy Entertainment. When I was a baby, I used to listen to them, and now I have a song with them. I hope to exceed 1 million views on YouTube, just like my song “School Dey Be.”
When the fourth-grade student first met the musicians and won a cooperation with the music stars he had previously only seen on the internet and television, he cried with excitement.