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« I’m proud to part of Highly Spiritual Music » – Krymi

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By Simon Asare/ Doreen Awonlie Ayilimba

Accra, July 31, GNA – Henry Nuamah, popularly known in the music circles as « Krymi », is excited over his inclusion in the camp of « Highly Spiritual Music » label, as he seeks to make significant strides in his career.

« Krymi » who joined the record label owned by renowned sound engineer David Kojo Kyei known in showbiz circles, as « Kaywa », has indeed proven to be an exceptional music prodigy having featured in popular music talents search programs, the  »Hitmaker » and  »Stars of the Future ».

According to the music prodigy, who has exceptional vocal prowess, « Kaywa » expressed interest in signing him, on his record label, after his amazing performance in the 2017 MTN Hitmaker program and he was very delighted to make the dream move.

« During the show « Hitmaker » I performed one of my songs « BA » and after my performance « Kaywa » said on the show that, « I would love to work with you ». I asked myself if he was serious, because that would be a breakthrough for me. Later I had a call from « Kaywa » and now i have signed onto his label.I give all the glory to God, » Krymi told GNA Entertainment.

« I can proudly say I got signed by Kaywa of Highly Spiritual Music and by the grace of God I brought out my first single « Dede », which is making waves in the music industry.

When quizzed about a possibility of joining another record label when the opportunity avails, « Kyrmi » said, « I would love to work with « Kaywa » anytime, and he has assured me and my colleagues under him that, he would make sure the best comes out of us ».

« I hope the people of Ghana would accept Krymi to the level that the next VGMA, Krymi would be there with several nominations as well as the BET and GRAMMY etc, » he added.

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