In 2021, I had the pleasure of discovering the captivating EP Tanga-Reen by Olivetheboy, thanks to my friend Abraham.
The sheer talent displayed by this young artist left a lasting impression on me. Little did I know that my musical journey would lead me to Olivetheboy's latest release, which I had the privilege of listening to on June 2nd.
During a brief interview with Olivetheboy, I learned about his personal motivation driving his musical ambitions. At the age of 20, he decided to pursue a career in music as a tribute to his mother, who couldn't fulfil her own dreams of becoming a musician. This level of dedication and maturity is truly commendable.
Olivetheboy's extraordinary accomplishment of having his hit single "Goodsin" ranked at number 1 and the sped-up version at number 9 on the top 10 Shazammed songs in Ghana demands attention.
This remarkable achievement showcases Olivetheboy's immense popularity and the undeniable appeal of his music among listeners in Ghana.
This is a testament to his talent and his impact on the music industry. Such recognition is usually reserved for established artists with years of experience, making this accomplishment even more impressive. This song is off his sophomore EP, Avana.
Olivetheboy's talent and work ethic is undeniable. His music resonates deeply with listeners, and his unique sound sets him apart. This reflects in his monthly listener on Spotify as it grew exponentially within two days with the addition of more than 10,000 listeners.
I wholeheartedly recommend immersing yourself in his artistry and embracing the essence of his sound.
Olivetheboy is an artist who deserves our attention and support as he continues to make waves in the music industry.
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