I Do Not Want To Die With My Talent – Up-and-Coming Artist

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Budding musician, Two4Seven know in private life as Jones Lord Amoh, has said he want to make a generational impact with his songs.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the News Hunter Magazine, Two4Seven stated that doing music is his talent and he does not want to die with it without making any giant strides.
“Music is my talent and I do not want to die with my talent. That’s one thing I cannot afford. You will have a big question to answer if die with your talent.  I don’t want to die with it so I am trying hard. I was born with it,” he said.
Two4Seven who claims he can do all genres want his music to transcend borders.
“I want to be all over the world. I want my music to cross borders. That’s why I am doing all sort of genres,” he envisioned.
According to him, doing all sorts of genres is an extraordinary thing that he is bringing into the Ghanaian music scene.
“I am a new entrant. I released my first single last year, June. In Ghana here coming out as an artist without management is very tough. The talent might be there but how to come out with production and promotion is very difficult without management,” Two4Seven lamented.
After releasing his first single ‘Di Wo Lane Mu’ in October last year, Two4Seven is preparing to release another single titled ‘W’ani Nso’.
“W’ani Nso’ is a highlife song. A man got married to a woman and he always tries to do something nice for her but she never appreciates it. She sees everything to be bad…despite all the effort by the man to show her love. The song is being produced by Willis Beat,” he disclosed.
“This year I want to release not less than six (6) singles. If there is any help, I can come out with an album,” the Sunyani-based Musician hinted.
When asked who his role model is, he answered: “Locally, I am setting my mind on Sarkodie. Outside Ghana, I am focusing on Akon. Akon is when it comes to singing but when it comes to rap/hiphop I look up to Lil Wayne.”
Touting the good works of Ghanaian musicians, Two4Seven said he will like to feature Sarkodie, Dade Opanka, King Promise, Ebony, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and others.
He revealed that his mother has been very inspirational and always hope of seeing him at the top.

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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