Switch to Singing When Rapping Doesn’t Sell – D Cryme

One of the unique and multi talented artiste known in real life as Kwesi Darlington but musically called Dr Cryme has made a statement that his fellow artistes need to be unique and change the style of music they do if the need arise.

According to the “Koko Sakora” hitmaker, he started his music career as a hardcore rapper and still remains so. Nevertheless, he was able to hit to the mainstream through his song “Kill Me Shy” which was more singing. He eaged his colleagues to keep on doing what they love best and dedicated his Inspirational song titled “Weak Point” to the youth to keep them moving to the right direction.

When he was asked by Amansan Krakye in an interview on GBC Radio Central Drive Show about why he did album listening on his birth day party few days ago, the sensational singer said, he intends to let his fans have a feel of all his 20 tracks album yet to be released known to them before the album will be officially be launched. He continued, “it really helped me to communicate with my fans to know more about each of the song on my album, the music engineer on each song, and the feeling and reasons behind each of the song on the album”.

The Tema based artiste later advised hungry bloggers who twist stories to tarnish the image of artistes to desist from that, because it only spoil the beauty of journalism. He later advised his fellow musicians to save for the future in their young days to prevent being miserable in future.

Hiplife artiste, D. Cryme, came under heavy criticisms in recent times for not making hit songs after Kill Me Shy but worked harder to reclaim his glorious days, after he released songs such as Memories on the Wall, No Mercy, and his hit song Koko Sakora featuring Sarkodie which became the solution to his long drought of hit song making”.

Writer: Koo Phante Drkay / Hitzjoint.com/ Ghana.

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