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Nemisis Loso regrets launching his music career with a 14-track album

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Fast-rising Ghanaian rapper Nemisis Loso has admitted that he first made his debut with a 14-track album because of his passion and dedication to music.

The Takoradi-based rapper recently revealed during an appearance on Ameyaw TV’s “One on One” program that he developed a liking for music after completing senior high school and that this led to creating his first-ever music project, an album.

“When I finished SHS around 2016, I took music seriously and I released an album, my first release was an album, ‘Growing up in Africa’, he told VJ Scaro

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However, the West Jam entertainment signee expressed his deep regrets after releasing the album.

“I actually feel like me releasing an album at that time was one of the mistakes I made in my career, I wasn’t up to power to release an album and so it is one of the mistakes I made.
“It was a semi-proper, it was well mastered and well mixed, a 14-track album but the promotion, I wasn’t well known for the promotion.

He continued: those who were into music were advising me to take it easy, I was well known in Takoradi but not world wide,” he stated.

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