Ghanaian enterpreteur cum musician Mona Montrage popularly known as Hajia4reall has reacted to all social netizens who are against her music career.
Speaking live on the united showbiz show on UTV, Hajia4reall admitted of having a bad voice but she also said had the swag of a singer and will not let all the negative vibes and comments from people stop her from achieving her dream.
Mona Montrage began her music career this year and so far has received lot of love from both celebrities and fans. She even recently released an EP with 7 songs and this EP features some of the great ghanaian musicians in the country such as Stonebwoy, Medikal and Efya. Hajia4reall has also feature the shatta movement boss Shatta Wale also on her second since she became a ghanaian singer.
Just recently too she won the ‘Uncovered Artist’ of the Year at Ghana Music Awards UK. Here is what the reigning uncovered artiste of the year at ghana music award UK said during her appearance on United Show on UTV;
“It’s fine. There’s nothing wrong with people telling me that I should work on my voice. I am doing that, but all I have to say is people are enjoying it. People even send me dm to say, ‘Eii Hajia, your voice dey turn me on oo.’ So don’t worry, very soon, my voice will turn all of them on.”
“Honestly, when I hear my songs, my voice sounds very sweet to me. And other people are actually enjoying my voice. When you check out the comment section, a lot of people are enjoying it. I don’t think you need just the voice to do music. You need the voice, you need the flair, you need the swag, and I got it.”
Hajia4Real is a well-known socialite, influencer, entrepreneur, fashionista, and singer. She was born was born on June 23, 1993 in Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana where she had her elementary education. She relocated to Accra to continue her secondary school education at Labone Senior Secondary School.
After graduating from secondary school, she moved to the United States to study at the Art Institute of New York. She graduated with a degree in Fashion and Design. After graduation, she returned to Ghana and started her own event planning company that has since grown into an entertainment company that specializes in logistical services and talent management.