Produced by Willis Beatz, rapper Kofi Kinaata’s new song “Single and Free” addresses the aftermath of breakups. Founded on authentic highlife melody, the jam presents a rather upbeat perspective to love gone sour.

Heartbreaks are not easy under any circumstance, but it is not the end of the world. It is specifically this point the multiple-award winner sermonises in the record, which follows other impressive 2017 offerings as “Last Show”, and “Time No Dey”.

Because of his effort on such pieces as “Susuka”, and “Confession” (both of which secured him laurels in songwriting at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in the past), the Takoradi native has earned a place among trusted lyricists from these parts.

He exhibits this genius via carefully crafted lyrics which make up the song. Possessing instant recall, the song sees him employ witty diction and comparisons as English soccer team Arsenal, to emphasize that he is now unafraid of heartbreak, and will pick himself back up.

Signed to Samini’s High Grade Family, Kinaata is scheduled to headline the maiden “Made in Taadi Concert” slated for the Jubilee Park (Takoradi) come December 23 –a show he has assured patrons will be ┬áhistoric.

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