After riding high with songs like Logoligi, Adwoa Sokode and Wope Saa, the trio of Samuel Akman, Richard Danso and Felix Walker who collectively make-up the Asaase Aban group are back again with a brand new one called ‘Boyz dey pay’.
The group is asking a question whether boys actually pay before dating a woman. In an interview with Asaase Aban noted that their latest single which is suppose to feature on Appietus compilation come September will win them award next year at the Ghana Music Awards next year base on how well he son is being received by Ghanaians barely it release last week.
The group who meet in Apam Secondary School in 2001 says they will penetrate the music scene with their latest work even though, they know it is not going to be easy.
“We know it is not going to be easy, getting all the airplays when a song is released barely a month but we know by the home we’ve done that it is possible” the trio said.
Asaase Aban who shot to fame with Adwoa Sokode and Logoligi will said they are impressed about how far hiplife has gotten to. “We feel we are there, every hiplife artistes in Ghana is really doing so well, we listen to other colleagues’ musicians and we feel Ghana is there when you talk about good music,” the group said.
Their new song ‘Boyz dey pay’ which was produced by the hit- maker Appiah Dankwa popularly known as Appietus was released few weeks ago.
The group also plan launching their album come December and they explain that all the tracks are nice and they believe Ghanaians are going to love it.
Singing for the past 13 years, Asaase Aban says they are grateful to their fans and Ghanaians for supporting and patronizing their music.