Fame, they say is an addictive drug that puts its victims in bad light. There is an ancient Greek saying that reads, To whom the gods want to destroy, they first make proud.
Barely a month into 2020 and the name Bosom Pyung had become an overnight success with the release of his song Ataa Adwoa. The artist rose to fame and has been the talk of town with many high rank artists endorsing his unique craft.
The media recognition and public acceptance is gradually creeping into the young musician’s head making him utter unnecessary words. Bosom Pyung visited the studios of Hitz FM and in a chitchat with Mike Gizo, the “Ataa Adwoa” hit maker is heard touting his own horns.
He stated that it’s about time Ghanaian value his craft and persona as a rear gem and treat him special like Sarkodie, supplementing his statement with the fact that his first release has topped foreign music charts and is competing with international brands.
“This is my first song, and even with this that is thought was my wackiest song, it is reigning number one on Apple music and it’s competing with international acts, not even in Ghana. So it’s about time Ghana grabs me well like they do to Sarkodie, I’m more valuable now than even gold.” He said in Twi.
When quizzed if he’s scared to lose his relevance, Pyung boldly stated that he is never afraid because he’s got more fire coming for Ghanaians.