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Pandy’s new single “What a Girl” strikes a chord with female fans

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Pandy, the acclaimed Upper East musician, has once again struck a chord with his latest single “What a Girl,” featuring Koo Ntakra.

The track arrives at a pivotal moment, offering a tribute to African women and their unwavering commitment to embracing their natural selves amidst societal pressures promoting body enhancements.

For his female listeners, “What a Girl” isn’t just a song; it’s a heartfelt acknowledgment of their struggles and triumphs in preserving their authentic beauty.

One listener shared that the song serves as a personal reminder of self-love, echoing sentiments of empowerment and acceptance.

Another fan expressed how the track has significantly boosted her self-esteem as a black woman, reaffirming her resolve to steer clear of any notions of altering her appearance through artificial means.

Speaking to A1radioonline.com, Pandy expressed gratitude to his fans, particularly those who have found solace and inspiration in the message of “What a Girl.”

The 2023 HMB-UEMA Artiste of The Year emphasized that his fans are always at the forefront of his creative process, highlighting their importance in shaping his music’s impact on their lives.

He noted that before penning any song, he considers how it can positively influence his audience, with a keen focus on uplifting themes that resonate with their experiences.

Collaborating with Koo Ntakra, Pandy sought to create more than just a catchy tune but a testament to the beauty and resilience of African women.

The “Alcohol” hitmaker revealed his admiration for fellow musician Koo Ntakra, citing him as one of the industry’s greats whose lifestyle and artistry inspire him.

He assured his fans of more inspiring songs to come, especially in 2024.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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