After he featured on Obrafour’s Kasiebo five years ago, Guru has released a number of singles which have enjoyed massive airplay. They include Bonsam Ani, Lapaz Toyota, Akonta Fried Rice and Alkayida.
This, according to Guru when he spoke with Showbiz last Saturday is proof to Ghanaians that indeed he has come to stay.
“I say I have arrived because I am always on top of my game and I know what my fans want. I do my homework well hence the reason my songs are always hits. No one can stop me from what I love so far as I am alive.
“Ever since I came onto the music scene five years ago, I have been consistent in the game and all I want to tell my fans is that they should expect more from me”, he said.
And to buttress his point, Guru has again added to his repertoire. He released a new single Mpaebo off his up- coming album two weeks ago.
On the track which Guru dedicates to a friend, he spells out the challenges his pal is going through and tells him never to give up hope. He goes on to talk about the financial challenges of his friend and why he is not able to marry despite the good women who come his way.
According to Guru, “although I made the song for my friend, it also goes to anyone who is going through similar challenges not to give up hope. When you are focused and know what you are about, the good Lord showers His blessings on you” he said.
Although Mpaebo will appeal to his fans, the beat of the song produced by Beat Monsta is no different from Guru’s previous singles Alkayida and Nkwadaa Nkwadaa. There is no doubt the song could have sounded better if he had used a different beat.
Watch Guru’s Mpaebo