Efia Odo, the actress who is now a musician, has stated she is going to succeed in music, so Ghanaians should support her newfound passion in contrast to what critics are saying about her first song, “Getting to the Bag.”
She takes music seriously since she has a vocal coach and other industry professionals assisting her in pursuing her musical goals.
“Music has always been a part of who I am, but Ghanaians are just now coming to realize that.” “I have begun establishing connections with some of the Ghanaian musicians, and I am quite certain that I will succeed in my music career,” she told Graphic Showbiz.
When asked if negative feedback would make her give up music, Efia Odo said that she was more than ready to advance in the industry.
I don’t readily give up, so if I want something, I go for it, and no one can stop me. No criticism can depress me or convince me to stop doing what I love. Learning and developing my weak areas is the finest thing I can do.
In fact, I’m now recording more singles in the studio. You see, I can sing in addition to rapping. “I hope Ghanaians will listen to my other tracks and like them,” she stated.
Efia Odo clarified “Getting to the Bag” by claiming that she enjoyed singing about her ex and how she had moved on in the song.
Efia Odo intends to collaborate with Gyakie, MzVee, Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy to demonstrate how serious she is about spreading the word about her music.
“Getting these musicians on a song won’t be an issue because of the contacts I already have with them,” she claimed