Camidoh explained to Cookie Tee on TV3 New Day that the topics he makes songs from come from inspiration. He added that although people, including his mother, have asked him to make songs addressing social issues like galamsey, he prefers songs about life and love.
He said: “I feel like I make records about life situations and all of that. I remember making a song about how people make decisions. I make all those types of stuff. But developmental, I don’t think I will. I only make songs that I’m inspired to do. And I feel like God puts different agendas in the hearts of different people. So, when I’m blessed with a certain topic, I make it.”
The ‘Sugarcane’ hitmaker also mentioned that he does not have a problem with people labelling him as a Nigerian or any other country other than Ghana. He said this mistaken identity makes him feel he is getting the needed attention and love.
“People still think I’m Nigerian. Some think I’m Kenyan, but I feel like it’s cool. It’s okay because, the fact that they even look at you or study you and think a certain thing about you, it feels like you have their attention. It feels like people love you and that is the only reason they speculate. So it’s fine.”
Camidoh is out with a new song, ‘Slow’, featuring Nigerian musician Magixx, available on all music platforms.
By Kelvin Okai-Twum|3news.com|Ghana