In a dynamic music industry like Ghana’s, the trend of music and style of play keep changing as new stars keep surfacing with creative ideas.
George Kwabina aka GQ is one of the few hiplife artistes who have decided to use their music to change the old trend of hiplife music in the country.
According to him, although he is young on the music scene, his main aim is to reach the top of the ladder, adding that it is his wish that he would make it to the international music market.
GQ, who is also a seasoned dancer told BEATWAVES that he worked tirelessly to make his first album a unique one on the music market, adding that his main aim is to be among the best and also to rub shoulders with those already on top of the musical charts.
He said currently, what is more important was the album to hit the market and make a dent on the minds of every music lover.
Outlining his plans, GQ who has performed alongside some hiplife giants including VIP said the eight-track album has good danceable songs and most of the songs are fast mid-tempo, rendered in dancehall, with a beautiful rhythm and a great bass tune and drum beats to match.
The album features a use of the vast resources of indigenous Ghanaian rhythms to create refreshing compositions and re-arrangements that tend to capture and sustain the interest of the listener.
The lyrics on the album were carefully chosen in order to communicate to everybody, and all the songs on the album have high soul-touching themes.