King Paluta opposes profane songs

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Rapper King Paluta of Ghana has revealed that he is now focusing on creating music that will enhance the lives of his followers instead of creating vulgar songs. 

King Paluta claims that singing about “a lot of dumb things” and rapping about them didn’t work for him in the past, but that he was successful when he shifted his focus to singing happier songs like “Aseda” (thankfulness). 

Speaking on how he no longer listens to his previous, swear-filled tracks, Paluta emphasised the importance of optimism in music and said he believes that making positive songs will further his career. 

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Renowned singer King Paluta, who is best known for the hit song “Sika Aba Fie,” is eager to provide a positive example for young musicians and counsels them against singing lewd songs to attract attention. 

Paluta thinks that by implementing this adjustment, he will open the door for Ghanaian music to become more positive, especially for musicians that come from the streets. 

One of the major breakthrough talents of the year in review is King Paluta, thanks to his everlasting hit compositions. The rapper is known for a number of successful singles, such as “Yahitte,” “Sika Aba Fie,” and “Aha Akye.” 

He has over 10 million streams across various digital platforms and has a substantial social media following. Recently, King Paluta shocked the audience with an incredible spectacle while serving as the main act at a concert in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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