I Passed Out A Few Days Ago- AK Songstress Shares Touching Story
Female Dancehall act, AK Songstress has revealed how she passed out a couple of days ago and other spiritual attacks she has been getting since she got her first major hit song in the shape of ‘Jonathan.’
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For this reason, the dreadlocked artiste said she has left the country as she tries to wrap her head around the prevailing circumstances and how to maneuver her way out of any agenda set against her by the competitors in the music industry.
She told the Graphic Showbiz thus. “I am currently out of the country because as they say, out of sight is out of mind so I’m working on getting back on my feet.”
“As I’m talking to you, I passed out a few days ago. I just don’t understand. Don’t we have enough issues to tackle already? Why all these? I put in a lot of work to get my songs out there. It is these same people who will ask you why you do not have a hit song etc and when you get it too, they attack you,” she stated.
When Graphic Showbiz asked her whether there wasn’t a medical explanation for whatever she was experiencing, she said no. “I haven’t been to the hospital but I know for sure it is not medical, the passing out episodes are not ones that last long. I regain consciousness within a short time,” she added.
She then added: “I am doing well and getting better; my management is also working around the clock to make sure I get better. We are fighting back. Honestly, I agreed to this interview because it is Graphic Showbiz and your firm has been very instrumental in my growth and journey.”
On the strategy she adopted to make her song Jonathan big especially in Nigeria, she has this to say. “As a business, you try a strategy and if it doesn’t work, you look for other ways. That is why for this song, we started the promotion in Nigeria and it caught on well.
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“On Boomplay Ghana, we were number one for some time, people even think it was sung by a Nigerian,” she disclosed.