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MTN Hitmakers hit the studio ahead of first stage performances



MTN HITMAKER II HOUSED (164 of 204)The hitmakers hit the studios last week and have begun work in earnest. They have recorded two songs apiece which they will be performing very soon.  Fiifi Sey Amoah aka Trozo said his fans should expect nothing but the best from him when they commence their performances. “I have been working with my engineer, Mix Master Gazy, for some time now and I have really enjoyed it. He is a good and free guy who knows how to do his work. He gave me one of the nicest beat and I leave everything to God.”   Olevya Aba, Blues, Souls, Fusion and Pop singer, said: “My producer is really good and he helped find how diverse I can be and put a lot of effort into my work. My fans should expect nothing but very good vocal works and composition from me.” Touching on how they are faring in the house, Miguel Oduru Daniels aka Quabyna said the house is a nice place and we are enjoying ourselves. “We are having fun and trying to know each other properly. We are all human beings and very down to earth so I expect us to bond very well even though it is a competition. When we hit the stage our fans should expect nothing but the best. They should expect versatility. Gospel singer Nana Adobea said Ghanaians should expect the Holy Spirit descend because she is bringing the church into their homes. Kofi Korea added that working with Ephraim (his engineer) is very good because he is now a brother to him. “He made me express myself on the two songs we have recorded so far. He is not domineering at all. The first song is a very slow jam called ‘On My Knees’ and the second one is ‘Spoiling There’ which an Azonto beat.”  ]]>

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