After getting some moderate attention following the release of his debut single, Seke Gbili, last year, up and coming artiste, Royale, is back with a new single which he believes will keep him relevant in the industry. He calls this one, Evil.
Recorded by sound engineer DDT, Evil brings out the maturity of Royale in the game as the latter tackles the theme of Evil effortlessly in a bid to caution people they call friends against the risque lyrics in Seke Gbili.
Like a father offering a piece of advice to his children, Royale in high spirits, tells the story of how people under the pretense of good intentions lure friends into trouble and ditch them afterwards.
Telling his life story on Evil, Royale didn’t mince words in expressing his frustrations about how people he considered as friends had for several years stabbed him in the back when he needed them the most.
He told Showbiz last week, “I composed Evil to draw the attention of people to fake’ friends who are ready to exchange one’s life for their own personal interest and glorification. It is something I have observed in society and was convinced to compose a song on such a theme because I have experienced it too.”
Real name Nana Ebo Newton, Royale describes himself as a versaile artist who cannot be stereotyped, the reason behind his choice of the dancehall tune for his latest single.
Dancehall music has warmed itself into the hearts of Ghanaians and Royale believes it is only the beginning of great things that it will yield in the future.
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