How would you feel when the beauty of your profession, intertwined with quality, style, creatively composed subject lines of your music in addition to its originality appeals to the interest of an A – listed artist who slide into your inbox to give you thumbs up and work with you? A charming air of vigor and vitality balanced with a certain implication of admiring confidence will surely run through your system.
Shatta Wale couldn’t hold back his interest than to slide into Ama Petal’s inbox on Instagram to profess his admiration for her talent and his intentions of working with her. No wonder she magnetised Shatta Wale to jump on her “Boys No They Pay” remix produced by Tom Beat. The remix gave the song the shove it needed to create the environment to grab attention of the masses. She’s delineated by many as very active, alert, vigorous, industrious and a fashionista.
This is the beautiful story of Ama Petal, a 360 artist whose fountainhead is afrobeats. A figure full of decision and dignity is who she is. It’s no surprise she got endorsed by Shatta Wale as the newest, hottest and most promising female artist Ghana should look out for. She’s not the type who follows trend, rather she’s committed at getting things done her way.
She has performed at S – Concert, Reign Album Thanksgiving Concert and few other notable platforms. Ghanaians should expect the unanticipated creative abilities laced with songs people can easily relate to and outstanding performances. Visuals for “Boys No They Pay” remix is underway, it will hit your TV screens soon.
Written by: John Claude Tamakloe