Connect with us

Entertainment

Coronavirus cannot affect our sense of creativity – Kofi Kinaata

Published

on

, Coronavirus cannot affect our sense of creativity – Kofi Kinaata, GlitzEmpire

Martin King Arthur, popularly known in showbiz circles as Kofi Kinaata has asserted that regardless of the world suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians are still working on musical projects.

According to the musician who feels the plight of many in this period of COVID-19, the world cannot be brought to a standstill because of the pandemic.

Speaking in an interview on Y 102.5 FM’s Myd Morning Radio Show with host, Mr. Kay Official, Kinaata said, “COVID-19 cannot affect our sense of creativity as musicians. We are writing and recording but the only problem is that we are not playing shows and all that but we understand it.”

Advertisement

He disclosed that he has a whole lot of finished and unfinished songs music lovers need to listen but is waiting for the appropriate time to release them. “It is all about timing, you can’t be releasing songs just like that. The songs are there and you don’t need to be putting them out there without a plan.”

Commenting on his style of writing he said, “I have the policy that if it must be done, it must be done well. A lot of people are writing but what makes you special and makes people follow or listen to you? Music should not be one way.”

Kofi Kinaata motioned that musicians need to address social issues and other relatable topics with their music.

When asked by the host, Mr. Kay Official if and when he was going to organize a virtual concert, the musician admitted that the team was thinking about it. “Virtual concerts are going on and it is a very nice idea. We are thinking of that too, everyone should watch out.”

Advertisement

The COVID-19 outbreak has not only affected the health of the world population but many aspects of the global economy including music. Mass gatherings including entertainment shows have been banned around the world affecting artistes in the entertainment industry.

Follow Glitz Empire across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Share your views in the comments below Click & Join Our Telegram Channel

Advertisement
Comments

Celebrities

Baba Spirit’s Funeral Slated For November 19

glitzempire-favicon

Published

on

Baba Spirit’s Funeral Slated For November 19, GlitzEmpire

The funeral of late comedian and TV personality, Baba Spirit will take place on November 19.

This was announced by his family at his one-week memorial service held on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at the Arts Centre in Accra.

Advertisement

Baba who was named Francis Yaw Ofori died Thursday, September 8, 2022, after battling an unconfirmed ailment.

He died not long after he had said in an interview with Bryt TV that he was spiritually attacked but he survived.

The family initially wanted to organize his funeral in his hometown up north.

However, that decision was annulled due to a protest mounted by his colleagues in the showbiz industry.

Advertisement

The funeral will therefore be held on November 19, 2022 in Accra at the Arts Centre just as the one-week observation.

Until his death, Baba Spirit was one of the entertainers who brought humour into Ghanaian homes.

He is well remembered for his much-publicised 2018 exhibition boxing bout with veteran boxer Ayittey Powers, which was held at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra and screened live on television.

Source link

Advertisement

Follow Glitz Empire across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Share your views in the comments below Click & Join Our Telegram Channel

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Facebook

Breaking News

Trending