Ghana still claims to a highly “conservative” country where open discussions about sex are stifled. Despite the heavy aura that surrounds the topic of sex in Ghana, it still finds ways to permeate almost every song by local musicians.
Arguably, “Moses” song composed by Albert Bejamin Crentsil popularly known as A.B Crentsil happens to be the greatest “adwaman” song ever composed in Ghana and beyond.
There is no way a list of the most sexualized Ghanaian songs would not start with AB Crentsil’s “Moses”. The song was so bad, it is still apparently banned from radio!
Now, the brain behind the most sexualized Ghanaian song, A.B Crentsil has finally opened up to the lows and highs in reference to the aftermath of the song under discussion.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Hammer on Hammer Time on Pure 95.7 FM, the legendary musician made it known that his hit song ‘Moses‘ made his mother quit the Methodist Church.
Giving more insight, he said his mom as a result of the song earned the Moniker ‘Moses Maame‘ at church even though she wasn’t aware of the monster hit song her son had created.
Consequently, his mom couldn’t take the harassment and complains certain church elders and members were giving her so she had to quit the Methodist Church to S.D.A Church.
Listen to MOSES by A.B Crentsil below;