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Gambo explains motive behind his ‘Boys Aye Wild’ song


In this day and age where most men are looking for partners that will go half or full on everything, budding Ghanaian rapper Gambo begs to differ.

Touted as a very outspoken person, the 2015 Teens Choice winner after releasing three bangers namely, Kwacha, Missed Call and Drip, has come with another hit single for the upcoming holiday season titled ‘Boys Aye Wild’.

The song talks about boys taking care of their girls’ financial needs because if they do not honor that obligation, another man with the right attitude towards catering to a partner will snatch their women just like how the hawk attacks its prey.

According to the kwacha crooner, men need to hustle harder if their current financial situation is not conducive for them to be in a relationship.

Gambo, who believes in scaling one’s hustle, urged others to invest wisely when they come into money.

“Boys Aye Wild because as a man I see that you should hustle. You should hustle hard for your family upkeep, among other things including your girlfriend else someone will do it and take her away from you. If you’re dating a girl and you’re not ready to spend on her, someone else will do it. If you’re not willing to spend on her hair, make-up, phone and things – someone else is willing to do it and take her away. There are people complaining about how costly the system is at the moment but there are others doing it” he said when he was asked about the rationale behind such song at a press conference last Friday at the A&C Mall.

Answering to another question on how much he spent on the video, Gambo indicated, “for the video, this time round it wasn’t as much as my DRIP video. I spent just 50k Ghana cedis. If you don’t spend on your videos, what again will you take brag?”.

He further detailed how he has been received by the godfathers of the music industry, Gambo stated that the response has been warm especially that of the Shatta Movement boss, Shatta Wale.

He claimed that being the outspoken person that he is, is the reason the king of dancehall supports him and urges him to keep pushing and not hold back because of naysayers.

Also on the case of bloggers and how they make and unmake stars, Gambo replied that there was nothing like bad press. He went on to say that if you get the opportunity to be criticized, one must always take it with a pinch of salt and make the necessary adjustments where need be.

“There’s nothing like bad publicity. So the artists always complaining should stop. After the bloggers bad publications, you just need to come out and explain yourself and in the music game that we’re in, news about us is ways to sell our music to the world. The same way a business man will put out flyers and posters do commercials to sell his business, it’s the same way we use news to circulate our things.”

Watch ‘Boys Aye Wild’ official video below:

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