Deejay and Hitz FM presenter, Andy Dosty has promised to support budding Ghanaian hip-hop and afrobeats artiste, Samuel Nana Kwame Odame Ampofo with showbiz name FreQuency in his career.
Yesterday, FreQuency Rap in an interview with Hitz Fm’s Andy Dosty shared some of his life experiences on the DayBreak Hitz show. In the interview, the Lyricist revealed that he has been forced to stay out of school because his mom is financially incapacitated to see him through his education.
In a reply, the renowned presenter stated he wants to be a part of FreQuency’s music career and has promised to help finance him record a few commercial songs.
“When are you free? I’m giving you a free studio to work with. I am paying for it. Listen, I have seen a big potential in you, I think you have everything and with just a little push, you will be out there. I am want to give you that push, I just want to give you that support.” Andy Dosty told FreQuency.
FreQuency revealed that, he has always dreamt of becoming a lawyer, but poverty has forced him to drop his dreams and pursue music. He revealed that his mom makes little from selling towels hence he sometimes consults friends for help in order to survive.
Aside being a musician, the ‘Bills’ singer hinted that he is also a good artist.
FreQuency was among the best artistes who were featured on Ghana’s multiple award-winning rapper, Sarkodie’s ‘Biibi Ba’, and was rated as one of the best lyricists on the tune.
He has since then been on some shows and media tours with his last two being Citi TV’s Breakfast show and Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz.
There’s more to come from the young star as he hints on dropping his EP soon, but in the mean time here are excerpts of his interview with Andy Dosty.
Listen to Karma by FreQuency;