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Kidi Advocates Against Broken Homes In His ‘Daddy Issues’ Release

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The influence of music in Africa is increasingly rated higher affecting the people’s lifestyle. Artistes play major roles in building the continent’s lifestyle. One of Ghana’s biggest Afrobeat export ‘Kidi’ of Lynx Entertainment chooses to throw attention towards a challenging social issue in Ghana. Broken homes is a major social issue across the world and has created complicated relationships with families.

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Kidi’s Golden Boy Album Private Listening

On the Golden Boy Album, Kidi narrates how individuals face future insecurities due to the past history of divorce and more dangerous fathers who neglected their offsprings. ‘Daddy issues’ to be released by the dynamic artist is focused on encouraging young ladies who are going through the terrific moments due to neglected daddy roles in thier childhood. He urged them to stay positive and show love to their community because they are still loved.

Kidi’s Golden Boy Album Track List

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In a private listening session at Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana where Kidi hails, he tells Hyperlink Africa how broken homes is very common in Africa with its effect on ladies. Diverse effects such as drugs abuse and becoming cougars. ‘Daddy Issues is one of the very very personal messages or song on the album’ as Kidi began to narrate. The Golden Boy Album features 14 singles with “Spiritual’ and ‘Touch it’ hitting the streets of Accra and spreading beyond.

Kidi Advocates Against Broken Homes In His Golden Boy Album

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We have seen Kidi sour higher with major waves in the music scene in Africa. His fans are optimistic about the future of his timeless music. The anticipated album release on the 24th of June, 2021 has gone viral of social media platforms trending on Twitter.

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