The Love Songs Are Enough, Lets Do Songs On Drugs – Barima Sidney
Lately, everyone seems to be joining the love bus, and yes, that bus is really an easy one to join, but veteran hiplife musician Barima Sidney, who is allegedly chopping Akuapem Poloo has an advise for his colleague musicians.
Barima Sidney, thinks his colleague musicians must tackle pertinent societal issues with their songs.
According to Barima Sidney, although love songs were not bad, he believed there were a lot issues affecting the country that musicians could use their voices to bring out.
“I believe musicians have a powerful tool to change a lot of things in the country by addressing them in their songs instead of concentrating too much on love songs. As musicians, we can tackle issues like corruption, drug abuse among others,” he said
Barima Sidney, who is known for doing socially conscious songs such as Africa Money, Enko Yie, Who Said Tweaa among others but has been away from the spotlight for a long while, says he is coming back with a new song titled Power, which tackles the ills in society.
“Everyone wants to acquire power but after that what else? I don’t want to give away too much about the song but Power will be more than Africa Money which became one of the biggest songs to hit Africa,” he concluded.