Canadian-based Ghanaian popular gospel musician, Sam Martey has released his the visuals of his hit song ‘Baahe Oshidaa”(’Thanks Giving’).
”Baahe Oshidaa) which literally means Thanksgiving‘ is somewhat self explanatory- it tells a day to day story of real life experience of given thanks to God for his protection and favor.
The “Baahe Oshidaa’ music video which was shot somewhere in Canada, by award-winning Canadian-based director Kingmojoe.
Though, our source failed to give us the exact amount Sam Martey used in shooting the video, it is being presumed that, per the location, choreography, and costuming, the ‘Baahe Oshidaa’ visuals may estimate at a cost of $15,000.00.
Martey, who is based in Canada, is a Chartered Accountant who comes from Teshie in the Greater Accra Region. The song, rendered in Ga, has a strong ‘dzama’ feel that easily compels one to dance.