Okyeame Kwame Shines the Light on “Adonko”: It Is Not Sexually Driven!

Hiplife artiste Okyeame Kwame has said his new track ‘Adonko’ which features Kwabena Kwabena is a love dance and has nothing doing with sex.

He told Nii Arday Clegg on the Morning Starr that “I heard Andy Dosty on radio that he was disappointed in me that I did a song like that”.

Disclosing the motive behind the track, he explained that there is a connection between life, love and dance moves.

“It’s a dance that I am trying to introduce and when you listen to the song, you know that the whole song is about a dance. I am trying to say that whenever you are dancing with somebody and they step on your feet, you are never angry and when they are falling down in the dance, you catch them.

“That is the same way love is supposed to be. So that type of love is the love that I am talking about. Whenever you are dancing it gets to a point when you hold hands and that is in life and also in love where you help each other.

“And then in a dance when you go down in life it represents a part of a dance when you go down it represents difficult times and when you come up is when things are working and when you are dancing with someone there is the probability that you step on someone’s feet if it’s a dance no one gets offended but in life when someone metaphorically steps on your feet you get offended.”

He indicated that the song is part of the “flaunt your spouse movement” where couples are encouraged to flood images of their partners on social media. With the introduction of #flauntyourlover campaign on social media, the Rap Doctor said on the 14th of February, people will have the opportunity to watch a movie with him and his wife at the Silverbird.

The #flauntyourlover has been causing traffic on social media with his pictures that show his beautiful wife and his adorable two children. The versatile rapper leads the few celebrities that flaunt their lovers and make their relationship very enviable.

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