The Ghanaian public had high hopes for rapper Awal when he won a talent event in 2010, but he hasn’t been able to rise quickly through the ranks of the music business.
Mohammed Awal, a competitor on the 2010 season of Talented Kidz, has said that he is still figuring things out in the music business and that he is not God.
As much as I wish I were God, I would have long ago made myself “blow” if it were possible, but I am not.
There is no doubt in my mind that it will happen at the proper moment, and I’m working as hard as I can to achieve that,” he told Graphic Showbiz.
Awal has asked Ghanaians not to think of him as the small boy from Talented Kidz, since many Ghanaians still associate him with that role.
“I’m a grown-up now, and I’m releasing adult songs. ” It’s important to me that the people of Ghana pay attention to my music and realize how much I have to offer,” he said.
As of right present, the rapper has admitted to being too preoccupied with school to devote himself full-time to music.
“It took me some time to finish off my studies, but I am now ready to pursue music professionally.” In the next year, “I’ll be releasing a lot more songs for the people of Ghana,” he stated.
Being consistent and delivering high-quality songs is what a fledgling songwriter feels will help him break past the music industry’s barriers.
“If I remain consistent, I still have hope of succeeding. Everything will come into place in the nick of time. My passion for music doesn’t require me to give it up; all I have to do is connect myself with the media and raise money to promote the songs I am now working on,” he told Graphic Showbiz in a recent interview.