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KubiLiveChat: This is KubiLiveChat and I’m Baby your host, who do I have on my chat today?

LJ: Yes you have me on your chat.

KubiLiveChat: Lol…and you are?

LJ: I’m Lyrical joe LJ.

KubiLiveChat: Nice name but is that your real name or stage name?

LJ: That’s both. Cause the “J” in my name stands for JOE and my real name is Joseph.

KubiLiveChat: Uhuh now you talking but I’m sure you have a nice surname there.

LJ: Lol wana know my surname?

KubiLiveChat: Yes ooo.

LJ: Gamor. That’s my surname.

KubiLiveChat: So Joseph Gamor right?

LJ: Yes please.

KubiLiveChat: Nice name. Which tribe you from?

LJ: I’m an Ewe. Volta Rep.

KubiLiveChat: I love Ewes.

LJ: Lol why? Wait am I chatting a female or male?

KubiLiveChat: A female o. So can you tell us a little bit about your educational background?

LJ: Erm what will you wanna know about it?

KubiLiveChat: A gist of it, from primary to now.

LJ: I attended primary at the airport police international around aviation near 37. I left Accra to akosombo to further my JHS there cause I lost my parents by then in Accra. And that didn’t enhance me to attend SHS and that’s when I started chasing my dream.

KubiLiveChat: Awwwww…so sorry, accept my condolences.

LJ: It’s ok dear thanks for your concern.

KubiLiveChat: And what dream did you started chasing?

LJ: Music.

KubiLiveChat: Wow. Today I have a music artist on my chat.

LJ: You weren’t told?

KubiLiveChat: I like to find everything on my own. Lol.

LJ: Oh ok cool.

KubiLiveChat: Music, when did you realize your talent is this?

LJ: At a very very young age. I knew I loved music. Cause I could even sing from morning till evening and won’t even feel for food.

KubiLiveChat: Then the love for music is deep.

LJ: Very deep.

KubiLiveChat: So what genre do you do?

LJ: I do every genre but I’m special with hip hop.

KubiLiveChat: Mmmmm!!! I love hip hop very much.

LJ: That’s good I’m glad.

KubiLiveChat: Starting your music career, how was it like?

LJ: Well all I knew was I wanted to do music, it wasn’t really about fame or money for me I just loved music not even knowing the kind of stuff it brings but now I know and it’s great.

KubiLiveChat: That’s great. Losing your parents, stopping school and starting your career, it must have been tough isn’t it?

LJ: Not easy. It’s a whole lot. But determination, hard work and prayer got me through.

KubiLiveChat: Thank God. LJ how long has it been since you started your career?

LJ: 5 years now, but professionally 3 years.

KubiLiveChat: Wow! Great one there. How many tracks you have now?

LJ: Released or have?

KubiLiveChat: Ok released!

LJ: 9 songs I’ll say.

KubiLiveChat: Nice one there. Every artist get his or her breakthrough, lemme ask, can you tell us if you’ve gotten yours?

LJ: I’m in the process and it’s going smoothly I have a song trending on TV featuring Tinny, the title is Tina and I dropped my single 5th August on my birthday and it’s going well. Just got a feature alongside EL kojo Cue, cabum and the rest. So I can’t complain. It’s great.

KubiLiveChat: Tina, I’ve listened and I must say kudos to you on that. Its so hot. Getting to work with gurus in the industry, how was the feeling like?

LJ: Great and made me learn a lot. So it has improved my skills that’s all I mean.

KubiLiveChat: Oh ok cool. So aside music, what other talents you got?

LJ: Music is all I have it’s the only talent I have although, I have other hobbies but music is the only talent I have.

KubiLiveChat: And the hobbies are?

LJ: I like football, I play games and watch movies.

KubiLiveChat: Exciting! So what are some of the exciting moments you’ve had so far based on your career?

LJ: I’m always very happy when I’m given the opportunity to get on stage and do my thing but I think the most exciting moment of mine now is the the song 5th august. Cause it opened lots of doors. Linked me up to a big man like Sammy Forson.

KubiLiveChat: Best birthday gift I guess.

LJ: Yah!

KubiLiveChat: But then how were you able to get on Sammy Forson’s track? Who performed the magic? Cause I must say that track is real dope.

LJ: 5th august did. It was sent to him and he said I was Ghana’s answer to Kendrick Lamar and that’s all. The magic happened.

KubiLiveChat: Wow, was he at the birthday party to listen you play or what?

LJ: No! My boss sent it to him on WhatsApp; cause we were already promoting Tina on live fm. So we had that link to him already.

KubiLiveChat: Kudos dear.

LJ: Thanks.

KubiLiveChat: You always welcome. So who’s your favorite artist in GH now?

LJ: I don’t have any. My favorite artist in the world is Lil Wayne.

KubiLiveChat: So he inspires you right?

LJ: Yes.

KubiLiveChat: That’s cool. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

LJ: Making the world love good music after taking awards like BET and the Grammies, Billboard awards.

KubiLiveChat: Amen to that.

LJ: Amen.

KubiLiveChat: To the interesting part of the chat; hope you ready.

LJ: Yah!

KubiLiveChat: Who’s that beautiful woman behind the scene?

LJ: Lol oh. That one. I’ll bring it out later.

KubiLiveChat: No now. We want it now.

LJ: Hahah no please I don’t like disclosing that.

KubiLiveChat: You just killed my vim but what can I say? I have no option than to let it go

LJ: Lol please let it go.

KubiLiveChat: Hahahah. I have my dear. But you clarify this, are u single, dating or married?

LJ: No I’m not single I’m dating.

KubiLiveChat: Before we end our chat, can you say a few words to your funs out there?

LJ: Erm it’s ghalatrava baby! To all my fans out there I love you all keep supporting me and you can get at me on every social media platform @LyricaljoeLJ.

KubiLiveChat: Thanks LJ for spending some time with us. It was nice having you on our chat.

LJ: My pleasure.

KubiLiveChat: Enjoy the rest of your night.

LJ: Thanks.

KubiLiveChat: Welcome.

By: Baby Da Model [KubiLiveChat]

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I Have No Mentor In The Music Industry : Gyidi

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Gyidi, Ghanaian music rising star known in real life as George Kofi Asare has revealed he doesnt have any mentor in the music industry.

Revealing this in an exclusive interview on KubiLiveChat, he revealed honestly, he doesn’t look up to anyone in the industry.

He moved on saying, there are some people whose works he admires and get inspired by certain aspects of their crafts.

But outside the industry, he looks up to Apostle Vinny Max Bani, AVMB as he is all rounded and has the knowledge and skill for every area of life.

He also revealed he had once approached a label but now he doesnt want to be on any label.

Giving a reason, he thinks it’s better to start off on your own, build something substantial so that a label who comes looking for you will be able to have a better deal with you.

He told us; Yhhhh I think it is better to start off on your own, build something substantial, so that should a label come looking for you you have a greater negotiation or bargaining power. I don’t think it is advisable to go chasing labels, you may be at their mercies. But start something, learn the business, build a strong brand then if they come calling you can have a proper conversation where you’re not exploited or something. Yhhh. Get power so sey nobody go overpower you. Hehe.

Gyidi is out with a new EP called “Dawn”.

Listen and enjoy below.

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Gyidi Reveals Inspiration Behind His “Dawn” EP

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Gyidi, Ghanaian music talented musician in an exclusive interview with KubiLiveChat revealed the inspiration behind his new EP.

According to him, his”Dawn” EP was inspired mainly by what he perceived people could be experiencing.

So of his songs were written as a way to communicate to people, heal, comfort and guide them.

He also revealed to us why he chooses the name “Dawn” as this was decided by him and his team.

Explaining this, he revealed because they had been away from music for a while and felt like this was going to be a new beginning for them.

Check out his “Dawn” EP below.

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Ghanaian Rising Artist Gyidi Reveals Meaning Of His Stage Name

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Gyidi, Ghanaian rising artist recently released a new EP called “Dawn” has revealed to us the meaning of stage name.

Speaking on KubiLiveChat, he revealed Gyidi means belief or faith.

It is actually the twi (a local Ghanaian dialect) for faith. The original pronunciation is “Gyidie”. I only took out the “e” to make it sound gyeer and more peculiar to me; he explained.

He also revealed to us, whatever he wants to achieve, he needs to believe to be able to do it, cos nothing comes cheap.

He further when on to reveal his name also announces to the people he stands for.

Enjoy his name EP “Dawn” below.

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Twitter & Instagram: @Gyidi_ .

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