Presenting an exciting interview with Krosah, who hails from Atonsu, a lively town in Ghana's Ashanti Region, where his passion for music flourished amidst frequent street rap battles and dance competitions. Drawing inspiration from American rappers Lil Wayne and Young Thug, he also credits Micheal Jackson, Akon, and Daddy Lumba as his musical influences. With a record deal under US-based label 610Music, Korsah is now ready to make a global impact with his hip-hop talent. For fans who have never heard your music, can you pick three words to describe it?! If three words just aren't enough, then tell us more! My songs are inspiring and elevating. They are stories of my life that are relatable and gives people who are going through things I went through or similar hope that one time things will get better. What is your favorite part about being an artist? Is it songwriting, performing, recording, something else? Tell us why. Songwriting and Recording because I’m always happy I’m writing something great down and during recording hours it’s quite an experience that I’m trying different sounds and effects to make sure the music sounds good Can you tell us what being in the recording studio is like for you? In the studio I normally have my friends with me. Different ideas are being shared to enhance the sounds. All these friends I have are musically inclined and it helps so we get a quality sound. It’s a very great experience. The sounds we have can be a strange thing to us judging from the place we come from in Africa but our music sounds different.
Okay, this a fun question. When you are not doing music, what else do you enjoy doing? Honestly, I still enjoy music! Who do you admire most in the music scene today and why? Performance. Performing to the people who admire your music is so admiring. My dream is to perform in front of a large crowd bumping to my song. Can you tell us what song you've written that is the most emotional and describe the meaning behind it? Hater and Daily Bread. Hater is about me having to trust people that we normally feel are family but then they don’t really like us. Daily Bread is the appreciation of the little things we have and being eager to achieve more. These songs are life experiences that I wrote down.
Are you working on any new material right now or what's in the works for the upcoming year?