Ghanaian actress turned musician Emelia Brobbey has revealed that she will never give up making music regardless of the negative comments she received after dropping her first single.
However, the actress disclosed she is willing to work on her voice for Ghanaians to appreciate her songs more.
Speaking in an interview on Kumasi-based radio station, Luv Fm, Emelia Brobbey said, “in most of the comments what I read is the voice. So, I know that they are criticising me so that I work on the voice.”
According to the actress, the heavy criticisms from Ghanaians motivate her to put in more work in other to come out with songs that will be pleasant to their ears.
Emelia Brobbey went viral on social media after releasing her debut single ‘Fame Kɔ’.
Many social media users labelled it trash while others claimed it’s a national disaster.
The song sparked a challenge which made fun of the actress and her song. Some social media reactions that followed suggested people wanted her to stick to acting.
But Emelia Brobbey said her detractors have another thing coming because she is not stopping music anytime soon.
According to her, people who believe she produced noise because of her voice only appreciate other genres of music.
Emelia’s genre of music is highlife and she cannot sing that genre or do a live band with a Celine Dion voice, she told the show host.
“So I sang Emelia Brobbey’s voice, that’s what I did. I did me. I sang my voice. If Ghanaians are not happy and they think it’s noise I’ll go do the homework and bring it,” the ‘Adofo Asa’ actress said.