My music is for ‘human beings’, not politicians Worlasi – Artist Worlasi has clarified that the music he does is focused at “individuals” and not politicians.
Talking in a meeting with Miriam Osei–Agyemang on Urban Blend on 3FM, the ‘Man and the God’ hit producer said he won’t lend his voice to record a campaign tune for any political group regardless of whether the financial prize is considerable.
He said he unveils music in view of the general and not to focus on a specific gathering of individuals – government officials.
“…I’m not going to involve myself in any political sidings… I believe my music is for human beings not politics… it’s for everyone…,” he said.
It will be reviewed that during the dispatch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) manifesto, the gathering utilized one of the vocalist’s tunes.
Reacting to questions whether there are discussions for financial remuneration for that activity, Worlasi indicated that his administration is as yet haggling for a suitable pay.
Worlasi is referred to for hits, for example, ‘Nokata’, ‘Comot’, ‘One life’, ‘Pawa’ and ‘Alright’ (M.anifest highlighting Worlasi).