Hiplife musician D-Cryme (aka Darlington Kwasi Agyekum) has denied being a one-time hit maker. According to the young musician, his debut single, ‘Kill Me Shy’, was just an introduction and that he has a lot in store for Ghanaians.
The ‘Kill Me Shy’ hit-maker told showbiz last week that Ghanaians should not judge so quickly after his first single because he was definitely coming back with a bang.
The Tema-based artiste said he was aware of how Ghanaians widely accepted ‘Kill Me Shy’ so he would therefore not do any below-standard song to disappoint Ghanaians.
Currently, D-Cryme is about ready with his new song, ‘One step One back’, and he said he would use the same approach he used for ‘Kill Me Shy’ to get it across to Ghanaians.
According to him, if any artiste was heard too often, his fans may become fed-up and he may fade as soon as he has taken his time to work on a good song to keep him in the game.
“I don’t rush to do music’ I take my time to do good song for it to last and not to fade so soon. My latest work ‘One Step One Back’, will tell Ghanaians that I am not a one-time hit-maker.
D-Cryme is a multipurpose celebrity whose specializations include singing, acting, rapping, TV shows presenting and beat making.
Since his appearance on the music scene three years ago, D-Cryme has featured on other peoples songs and worked with artiste like Sarkodie, Stay Jay, Lion, among others.