Fast rising Ghanaian artiste who hails from the Western region Joseph Nkrumah has stated that he did not come into the music industry to promote profanity as most of the popular acts do. Nero-X as he is popular as, Buabeng made it known that he is rather in a position to inspire and motivate his audience to aim high in their daily lives as they go about their activities.
In an exclusive interview with Dj Sly on Ark Fm, a Sunyani-based radio station over the weekend, Nero-X sounded a bit worried about the content of most hip-life albums in Ghana, but added he will not budge into that direction. The composer of the “osey song” which hit the Ghanaian music industry, made it clear that though he is not a gospel artist as speculated in the social media, he doesn’t do profane songs.
“I am not a gospel artist but I do inspirational songs”, he stated. Nero-X, a nominee in the unsung category of the 16 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, assured his audience he will not resort to the use of profane or filthy words in his songs adding I have a nice way of choosing lyrics that will inspire and motivate music lovers.
“I choose my choice of lyrics very carefully because I don’t want to do profane just as most of them do” The Hip-life ace said his is selling because of the artists he chose as mentors. “I have role models and mentors like Kwabena Kwabena, castro, P. Square and R. Kelly who I want to be like or better than because of their character, writing ability, stage performance and the energy in them.
Currently Nero-X is promoting his new singles titled ‘Ebe God’ which features Castro and ‘Nyame dadaw’ as well as Teephlow.