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Daasebre Gwamena’s friend in need 9/24/2007
Daasebre Gwamena’s experience in a U.K jail and his subsequent release had a positive impact on his image as an artist.



He truly didn’t look good when news of his arrest broke but the day he returned home from the U.K won him more fans and sold him more records than probably expected. There was special public focus and attention on his ‘a friend in need’ album.



“Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder nanso weidie waye me settei,” were the words in the chorus of the ‘settei’ song. The song is about love, beauty and betrayal. Daasebre touches on a little girl who disappointed him after he reposed so much trust in her.



Teardrops fell down his cheeks but what can one do when the milk is spilt. May be Daasebre is helping each one of us with a song like this by sharing his lessons of life.



The title track of the album is based on the popular proverb ‘a friend in need is a friend indeed’.



Stardom comes with a lot of friends and Daasebre must have learnt a thing or two from his experience. The song talks about the difference between pure friendship and money. ‘Love is not money’ he says in the song.



The nine-track album had tracks like wafom, abofra besu, a friend in need, maama no ntokwa, ke minsumo bo, settei among others.



Wafom appeared strongly on many music charts in the capital as the main drive of the album. All the songs on the album were written and arranged by Daasebre Gwamena. Sugartone of Option Digital Studios programmed, recorded and mixed all nine tracks on the album.

Source:
ghanamusic.com


 
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