No Political Party is allowed to use my "Yeti Bom" track as a Campaign Song - Saint Phogasty

Up and coming Hip Life arthist Lawrence Appiah Junior popularly known as Saint Phogasty has disclosed to that he will not sit down watch any political party to use his latest track as a campaign song.

The Madina based artist has leased a single titled "Yeti Bom" which is hitting on bribery and corruption in the country and Africa.

In a chat with Saint Phogasty stated that his song is not for any political party

"The Yeti Bom track is not a political song but it was released to help fight corruption which us a major problem in Africa.
There's no way am going to allow any political party to use this track as a campaign song during elections"

Giving the reasons why the track will not be allowed as a campaign song Phogasty stated that since he's an up and coming artist, he does not want to be staged with any political party.

"We've seen a lot of musicians whose musical carrier dead in Ghana due to political affiliations, you can talk about A-Plus, Lucky Mensah  so I don't want to be a victim"

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