Super-talented Ghanaian singer, Fameye has officially released his second studio album titled ‘Songs of Peter’. The album is made up of 13 well-composed songs and cleverly chosen features. The talent of the newly crowned VGMA writer of the year has never been in doubt and this album only goes to cement Fameye’s place as one of Ghana’s top stars and brightest stars.
‘Songs of Peter’, which has been released exclusively on the streaming platform, Boomplay symbolizes a coming of age for Fameye. This fact is laid bare in the intro on the album where states that he no longer seeks to be a superstar or chase fame but his chief aim is to deliver important messages through his music to fans and music lovers. It is certainly clear that Fameye is staying true to the conscious lyrics he came to fame with and not selling out to make meaningless songs. This is worth commending the singer for as it is not easy to do.
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A refreshing quality of Fameye’s sophomore album is the choice of featuring artistes. Fameye graciously gives a platform to some underrated but super-talented acts like Xorse, AmakyeTheRapper, Suzzway, Akodaa and the incredible Pure Akan.
Also featured on the album is Kwesi Arthur in a combination that has already delivered a hit song and this present collaboration on ‘Everything Now’ is sure to also be a great success.
But, arguably the highest point of the album has to be the collaboration with the legendary and evergreen Ofori Amponsah on ‘Ahwehw3’, a classic Ghanaian highlife song that’s destined to top charts and melt hearts.
Popular streaming platform, Boomplay secured exclusive rights to release the highly anticipated album.
You can stream ‘Songs of Peter’ by Fameye here