Frail music duo, FBS, has published that they bring out not regret lively themselves into politics.
In an interview with Sammy Forson on Morning time Hitz on Hitz FM, FBS spoke about supporting vulnerable president John Dramani Mahama’s tenure.
Per them, they bring out not regret their resolution. They moreover talked about their relationship with the vulnerable president.
“We supported Mahama and we operate not regret it at all. He’s a brother and a father. He had a rapport with him and that’s why we rallied on the assist of him,” Abbas of FBS mentioned.
The ‘Oluman Boogie’ hitmakers mentioned that even within the event they’d a in point of fact apt relationship with the vulnerable president, they had been paid for the provider they rendered him within the course of his campaign.
“We met him through friendship and the money followed later. He’s an accurate man and we liked him,” mentioned Abbas of FBS.
Despite the incontrovertible truth that the duo overtly supported John Mahama and the NDC in previous elections, they teach to be very commence to other parties who might per chance per chance perchance perchance fair need their companies as musicians. Per them, they enhance positivity.
“We enhance positivity. If NPP had been doing one thing obvious and wanted our support we might per chance per chance enhance them. It’s a job. We are going to provide you with the probability to finest operate it if the money is suitable,” Abbas properly-known.
The duo is for the time being assist doing active music after over 2 decades of absence. They are for the time being promoting their most recent single ‘Jo’ which facets Mr. Drew.
‘Jo’ is the legit soar-assist music by FBS into action for what they’re finest identified for; kind of constructing music, aggressive stage energy, ordinary talents, and creativity in showmanship and stagecraft.
There has been a excessive demand for the comeback of basically the most packed with life and versatile Ghanaian hiplife music duo, Abass Habibu and Aminu Shaibu Habibu, together identified as FBS, after their surprise and stellar efficiency with Mr Drew at this year’s VGMA23.
Despite the incontrovertible truth that they had been lacking from the music scene in Ghana for shut to a decade, they had been busily on a mission, touring the globe to showcase their craft to the sector on a aesthetic scale and save Ghana on the plan.