B4Bonah & Sarkodie call out fake Pastors on new song ‘Sofo Moko’

Rappers B4Bonah and Sarkodie share their opinions on the topical issue of the credibility of people claiming to be men of God on their new song. Titled ‘Sofo Moko,‘...

Rappers B4Bonah and Sarkodie share their opinions on the topical issue of the credibility of people claiming to be men of God on their new song.

Titled ‘Sofo Moko,‘ it finds the two artistes call out people who dupe or take advantage of others in the name of religion.

The Zodiac-produced song has a an infectious, and sing-along vibe.

Listen below. 

B4Bonah was born Fredrick Amoako Bonah. His interest in music started in basic school at Creator Junior High School, analysing lyrics of songs he danced to as a career.

He started writing based off his love for quality lyrical content of songs. He is inspired by the likes of Bob Marley, WizKid and Wretch 32.

His song writing ability is sometimes inspired listening to beats in the studio, and by his life experiences – losing his parents and brother in a space of two years – the situation lead to hard times until his professional music career.

A versatile artiste, he fits in all genres of music. When he is not doing anything related to music, he checks up on fashion trends.

His favourite sayings are “giving up ain’t sexy” and “You can’t bury the sun.”

His dream goal is to perform with Nigerian Afrobeats artiste WizKid. Bonah still holds on to his childhood dream of being a lawyer.

By: livefmghana.com/Ghana/91.9FM/

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