Hip life duo, Ulrich Addy (Red Eye) and Richard Oguns (Ogunskele) who make up 2toff, have released yet another song Im Sorry featuring Nana Ama MacBrown.
According the duo who have three albums to their credit, their latest, Im Sorry will take Ghana by storm especially bringing Nana Ama MacBrwon on board.
Asked why they went in for Nana Ama MacBrown and not Efya, Irene, Becca or any other female artist who are already known music artistes, 2 Toff said Nana Ama MacBrown can be considered as one of the best female musician a fact most people are unaware of.
We realised Nana Ama MacBrown has a very good voice after we listened to her on a few occasions, her voice is perfect that is why we featured her on our new single, 2Toff said.
Their latest, "Im Sorry", which is set to be released next week was recorded, mixed and mastered at 2 Toff studios.
2Toff believes despite football grabbing the attention of Ghanaians, music will take its rightful place on the scene in the not too distant future.
The industry is gradually collapsing because all the attention has been shifted to soccer. Ghanaian music is already out there on the international market but a lot more needs to be done to make it flourish, they added.
We went away for some years but we are fully back. We know our fans missed us and we missed them too. We are now growing bigger and better and we believe nothing is going to stop us from what we enjoy doing most.
When contacted, the bubbly actress cum singer disclosed that the ability to sing gracefully has always been there, but was awaiting the the right moment.
According to her, she will venture into full time singing very soon.
The last album 2Toff released was titled "Back Again" and comprised tracks like Ma Swagga Back, My Soul, Yebre Mo Odo ft S.K Original, Hosla and Mama.
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