I don’t joke with ladies – Greg M.I.A

I don’t joke with ladies – Greg M.I.A

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Gregory Adu Appiah known in the music circle as Greg M.I.A has underscored the supportive role women generally play in promoting a particular course, especially in music.

Speaking in an interview on Radio GIJ’s Drive of Your Life Show, he made known to the co-host of the program, Sampson that, he has made this leap in his music career because of the part played by women.

"I don't joke with ladies because if ladies support you, you will get there. If I give my songs to a lady, she will share it with her female friends to listen. This isn’t so with most guys,” he stated.

Greg M.I.A who released his first single in 2013 titled 'April love' has other songs such as Ma Bae, Right Here, Gbenke, Love Saga ,Lifeline and others to his credit.

He has also featured in a number of shows namely the Coca Cola Road tour at UPSA, Kaywa Live playlist, and contested in a reality program called the "Golden Tulip Playback Show".

According to him, he aspires to perform on the VGMA stage in some time to come.

"Very soon I would release a song for my own school, the Ghana Institute of Journalism. It’s in the pipeline. I rep GIJ always so my fans should expect something," he hinted.

Greg MIA who is related to Highlife legend Obouba J.A.Adofo is out with his new song titled "Bless My Hustle"  produced by Mr.Brown.

BY: Apau Nana Ofori Ferry  

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A level 400 student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism offering a degree in journalism. Interests: making good use of technology, reading books on conflict and unraveling mysteries, sight seeing, team work, video production and photography. Philosophy: Hard work breaks no bone. I'm a Christian.

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