Ghanaian businesswoman now singer, Mona4Reall, has stated that barely two years into the music industry, music lovers can testify that she has worked hard to produce good music and quality video content.
The 28-year-old singer in an interview monitored by GhanaWeb on OnePlay Africa disclosed that it took her courage and determination to live her dream as a singer.
Mona4Reall said at the time she was veered into the music she had not fully completed her voice training and musical performance skills but she felt that the time was now or never.
Looking back at her decision today, the ‘Badder Than’ hitmaker states that there are no regrets but rather proud feelings despite the tons of criticism from a section of the public.
“I have been holding back for a very long time, my dreams were just too big and I just didn’t know the right time to come out. Also, I have wanted to do all the rehearsals, work on my voice and everything before I come out but after 2020 with the covid, a lot happened and I just realized that time waits for nobody. If you wanna do something, now is the time to do that and that is what I am doing.
“I have been working really hard and I am sure people are seeing that. Funny enough they (fans) actually love it. Have you seen the numbers on YouTube? People are loving it and watching it. The views are going higher, and they have accepted it. Ghanaians love good music and I am here to give them that,” she said.
Touching on the criticisms and negative comments surrounding her voice and music, she intimated that she has developed a tough skin for bad comments.