Nana Kwame Adomako known in the entertainment industry as Ahyensode3, in an interview with the News Hunter Magazine urged up and coming musicians to work hard in order to achieve their goals.

He said coming up with a good music is not an easy task, it demands full commitment and dedication.

“The financial side is a problem, but with a good strategy in place, I think it shall be well.”

He charged up and coming musicians to look for a job to help them produce quality music if nobody is sponsoring them.

Nana Kwame a Sunyani based musician is also the Deputy Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), appealed to all stake-holders to support up and coming musicians to promote the good image and culture of the country.

He told the News Hunter Daily Magazine, that his name Ahyensode3 means ‘symbol’ and will always do a piece of music that will promote the culture of Ghana and Africa as a whole.

News Hunter Daily Magazine has learned that Ahyensode3 has released a track (shut up wale mini) to warn Samini and Shatta Wale, as their beef seems not to end anytime soon.

Recently Shatta Wale promised to pay Samini if he accepts his proposal to perform on his concert, which in an alleged reaction, Samini replied saying “If Shatta has that kind of money should use it to fix his big mouth.”

According to him, it’s about time we let the two dancehall artists, Samini and Shatta Wale know that here is not Jamaica or America and so we need no violence.

“We want discipline in our game so that we can enjoy our good music peacefully.”

Ahynsode3 further stated that, “we have tolerated them far too long and it’s time to stop them.”

“They have made their names, the fame and the money and so what again do they want?” he quizzed.

He said they should exercise constrain and if they won’t listen, then as a fireman, he is ready with his music extinguisher to extinguish them if they burn.

Listen To His Warning Track To Samini And Shatta Wale Below;

Ahyensode3 Shut Up Wale Mini

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