Rich Kay’s “Azaah” Featuring Gallaxy Talks About People Living A Fake Life Especially Self-Fulfilling Pastors

Ghanaian fastest growing and uprising artist Richard Agborkey  Popularly known in the showbiz as Rich Kay has bounced back after he joined his colleague Kimani  on the upcoming stage to release a hit song title Akwele which caught the attention of many Ghanaians especially the Ashaiman municipalities as they jump on to, so many stages with joint collabo, he also got a lot of radio and television interviews, started traveling outside Accra due to his style of flow in music.

Rich Kay as an upcoming artist has done so well on his craft to get him this far, we all know how Ghana music industry is, nothing has been set up for the young ones coming, so it takes courage and perseverance to achieve your God given talents.

The young champ Rich Kay has entered the studios of Shotto Blinkx to record a new banger Azaah which got the sensational but controversial group singers Gallaxy to fall in for feature. The production work was behind the “Woara” by Kwesi Arthur Hitmaker Shotto Blinkx.

In an interview with Ghtrendinglinks Researcher Eddie Nak, Rich Kay stated that his song Azaah’s inspiration comes from nowadays pastors trying to give false prophesies here and there but for him he thinks that it’s all lies. Today, most of the people we see are living a fake life, they have nothing to rely on or call their own, bragging is their hallmark he added.

Listening to all the verse on the, you will realize that the young Rich Kay is preaching sense to those fake people in our society today who are making life unbearable for themselves because they are pretending to be who they are not.

The Love Team CEO also said he’s also going to drop singles upon singles with video, therefore people should watch out but for Azaah’s video featuring Gallaxy, he urge’s everyone to go download and watch on YouTube.

Rich Kay once again said the music industry is not helping the upcoming ones, he is therefore pleading with all stakeholders to come on board to support the music industry especially the upcoming ones.  We got the talent but no one is ready to help us unless we push ourselves to hit before management comes, that one doesn’t help the music industry to grow, he added

Looking at my career, I’ve been the only one pushing till now, imagine if one investor is behind my works with Shotto Blinkx being my official engineer like we gone far.

You can even see because of our hard work Nigerians are not able to penetrate into our music market anymore like they use to do. Ghanaian musicians are now doing so well, and the world is getting to know us more, Beyoncé and  Shatta Wale featuring should tell you we are there now so if it’s not Shatta it’s Rich Kay he smiled, and thanked us.

Eddie Nak, Researcher, GhTrendingLinks

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