Ghanaian musician Andrew Kwabena Adisi aka Eboo has said that his focus in the music industry is his target audience and not any other musician.
In an exclusive interview with ‘Celebrity Radar’ on Citi 97.3 FM on Friday, he said even though there is competition in the music circles, he will not fall for it.
“I don’t follow competition to do music. I always make sure I serve my target group who are the young corporate executives. They are in the secondary schools, the tertiary institutions and corporate institutions. I don’t do what people are doing because I want to beat competition,” he said.
He further stated that his current album has been well received by music fans and that ‘Good Life’ track is doing so well on the airwaves.
Eboo who performed to about 14,000 music audience at the Agona Swedru Akwambo Festival recently is confident that his comeback will be successful.
Eboo made an impressive showing on the music scene 7 years ago when he released the hit song ‘Once Twice.’
He is still managed by Empire Entertainment, owned by his brother and broadcasting giant Bola Ray.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana