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After years of hard work in the studio, Ghanaian musician BoyDoe (born Stephen Johnson), is ready to release his debut album titled ALL THIS PAIN JUST TO SMILE.

BoyDoe has released his latest single, ‘I’m Blessed’ which talks about the everyday hustle but over-coming resistance of an individual protected by The Creator.

Stream On iTunes: Click The Link: BoyDoe – I’m Blessed

Born to a Togolese business tycoon and the daughter of Ghanaian highlife legend, King Bruce, Boye Doe is best known for his previous collaborations with artists including Yaa Pono, Artillery, 2ice and Moski.

He is also known for his energetic live shows and his reputation in the streets of Accra as one of the city’s most prominent “stand up guys.”

Stream ‘I’m Blessed’ Below:

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Twitter – @boydoeghoffici1

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Wright’s passenger, described as his girlfriend, was reportedly uninjured after the shooting.

The Hennepin County medical examiner said Wright died of a gunshot wound to the chest, ruling his death as a homicide.

According to Wright’s mother, who had spoken to her son before the shooting, he was pulled over for having an air freshener hanging from his rearview mirror, which is illegal in Minnesota.

Following the news of his death, hundreds of people gathered to protest, and after a night of unrest, including looting, the National Guard was called in and a curfew was declared.

President Biden has called for any protests against Wright’s shooting to remain “peaceful.”

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“And we should listen to Daunte’s mom, who is calling for peace and calm,” he said.

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