To solidify his ground as a rapper with a call to inspire, award winning musician Okyeame Kwame released “It’s OK” featuring Nero X couple of weeks ago.
The song has gone down well with music lovers and received a impressive appeal from patrons. The masterpiece among other things has been been applauded for its inspirational characteristic and it’s perfect production.
Here are some comments from fans:
“It’s ‘s definitely rich and unique. The instrumentation feels original, and the message is powerful. The way he conveys it is even more telling: it’s a dense message of determination, but also curated in everyday speak…so that it becomes a tool for young people especially to navigate the complications which accompany/obstruct ambition,” – Gabriel Myers Hansen.
“For years, OK has given us collections of his God-given talent. He started way back in the 90s and still reigning though some of his people have flopped year by year he has grown into a fine gentleman, dynamic, classic and a perfect entertainer with a great fashion sense. ‘It’s OK’ is a motivational song that highlights the struggles of life and the patience to wait on the Lord for the appointed time. It’s OK is just one of his perfect touch,” – Jewel Yorke.
“On all social media platforms, Okyeame Kwame really promoted the ‘It’s OK’ track before it was released. I didn’t understand all the hype and buzz, but when I listened to the song with a nicely laced chorus by Nero X on it I nodded my head like an Agama Lizard and truly I said this song is truly OK. It’s OK to be Ok with such an enigmatic motivational song It’s OK,” – Qwame Opoku Gyasi Mahala.
“Well the song is a masterpiece, the lyrics of the music inspires you to move out of your comfort zone, It’s an inspirational craft from the rap doctor,” – Fenuku Augustine.
“I just listened to Okyeame Kwame’s new song. It was sent to me by Patrick Fynn, my twin brother who happens to be a close friend to Okyeame Kwame. The song tells us not to give up in life because everything will be alright at the right time. He spoke on Friends spreading information that we tell them especially secrets which are not supposed to go,” Richmond Asare Tinkaro.
“He believes that everything will be alright and all we have to know and understand that hope works in life. Okyeame said we should never be done with such troubles and discouragements. He believes that this song should go down our veins and arteries especially all those who are in trouble and victims of predicaments in any part of the world,” – Kweku Masimol.
Listen to the song here https://www.reverbnation.com/okyeamekwame6/song/26851159-its-ok-ft-nero-x
Compiled by Patrick Fynn