Budding Ghanaian artiste, Emmanuel Amoah Donkor, professionally known as Phaize has dropped his first ever dancehall song titled ‘Hood on Fire’.
The song literally relates to its title, Hood On Fire.
Phaize the musician is setting hoods on fire with his brand, his swag and his music. In a press kit released by Big Nas Records prior to the release on Friday June 17, the record label on which Phaize is signed on described the song as a thanksgiving song to the fans for supporting the young musician.
“Hood on fire is a Song Thanking the Streets for being supportive of Phaize’s talent since he started. He went on to say what he’s in for in the industry and how Hardworking and Consistency can Make One achieve their dreams” as captured in the press kit.
The record label also issued a disclaimer on props used in the official music video of ‘Hood on Fire’. According to them, any weapon of destruction and or nudity is just for entertainment purposes.
‘Hood on Fire’ is produced by Apya and official music video directed by Prymo Pryme.
Phaize has been in the news for his previous single ‘Metu Afri Ghana’. A single he describes as “reality on the ground and not a political song”
Watch “Hood on Fire” Official Music Video here
Source: Fredrick Kofi Deladem Dro (Talking GH)