Tilakou, aka Asumboya Maxwell Abaseya

Described by many as the most sought-after artiste in the Upper East Region, Tilakou has become a preacher in his new song, preaching about the purpose of human existence and the need to submit to Jesus Christ.

The rapper whose real name is Asumboya Maxwell Abaseya, in his song “Vom” seeks to inspire his fans and the public to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ; as well as live a lifestyle that can bring development to society.

‘’Vom’’ which is literally translates as life in the Gurene dialect is a master class Afro-pop rhythm.

Tilakou, who is known for using his influential lyrics to project and promote his culture, said the key reason that made him to record the song “Vom” was because many people in recent times are self-centered instead of the general well being of the society.

“Of late, a lot of people focused more on themselves without looking at how collectively we can grow us people. Most of them per their actions do not even follow the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ yet they are in church every day. They sometimes will not hesitate to pull you down simple because they can’t afford to get to the level you have gotten to.” He said 

He noted also that not only did he record the song to administer change into youth, but to help parents who sometimes failed to teach their wards how to live positive lifestyle towards their colleagues to change.

“Believe me or not, one day our Saviour Jesus will come; and the life you have lived with your friends and family will determine, whether indeed you have live a useful lifestyle or not.” He added.

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The rapper in the song featured Bwayne, another influential Afro-pop artiste based in Bolgatanga.

Meanwhile it was not long ago when Tilakou released 11: 59, a song that keeps dancers to their feet anytime it played.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Ghana




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