Kumawood actress, cum TV presenter and musician, Emelia Brobbey has recounted how she was encouraged to continue her musical career by Slip Entertainment Boss, Mark Okraku Mantey.
Speaking in a recent interview with Berla Mundi on TV3’s New Day, Emelia explained that the criticism she received from people on social media was so deep that it made her question herself several times.
” People who were pros and gurus in the music industry like Okraku Mantey said there was nothing wrong with my first single. Musically, a lot of people were coming in and saying I’ve done well and there were those who were heavily criticizing me too. But I realized no matter what you do, you need someone to direct you and those who will criticize you.” She disclosed.
She however admitted her failure to consult some of the big men in the music industry contributed to their negative comments she received on her first single.
Emelia Brobbey who is well known for playing “good girl” roles in Kumawood movies took Ghanaians by surprise with the release of her song “Fa me kor” which was undermined by majority of Ghanaians.
Emelia who featured RuffTown Records signee, Wendy Shay for yet another love tune ‘Odo Electric’ indicated that she will not succumb to her critics.