It’s been a while now since the birth of ‘Peter’, a name which seems to have come to stay amongst the advent listeners of Ghanaian musician, Fameye.
On his recent album, Songs of Peter, the singer stated that the pseudonym Peter is doing so well for him by making him aware that his songs and brand a should always carry a message. The singer’s new path has been a breath of fresh air for as he brings on board a zen mindset towards his sound and engagements on social media. A name which his fans and the masses have quickly adopted, the musician tells us he discovered his new self in a dream.
Captioning a video post on his social media platform, ‘ Dream? I saw Peter for the first time [light bulb emoji]’. When you find yourself, embrace him, the siinger gave more detils on his path of self-discovery as he further revealed in an exclusive interview.
He said, ‘’I was in a very dark place at one point, I was really scared, my spirit died , I couldn’t record music for days’’
‘’I was scared I was going to die, it continued for days until one day I had a dream in the studio”.
“I had a dream and I just can’t wait to tell people about it”, he added.
It is evident that Fameye sings for those in pain and do not have a voice. The name has brought him comfort, peace, love and he is always compelled to tell the truth.
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