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Winning A Grammy Doesn’t Necessarily Mean You Should Sing In English – D Cryme Asserts

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Iconic Ghanaian Afrobeats musician, Darlington Agyekum, otherwise known as D Cryme has come out to state that winning the Grammys doesn’t necessarily mean a musician should limit him or herself into singing in English.

According to the Kill Me Shy hitmaker, winning such a prestigious award depends on the connections you have and amount of hardwork you put into the composition and promotion of your songs.

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Speaking in a recent interview on Cape Coast-based Property FM, the Tema-based singer made it clear that the likes of Angelique Kidjo and Youssou N’Duor won Grammys by singing in their local language and in line with this fact, he feels winning the award has nothing to do with singing in the English language.

He further stated, a musician can equally win a Grammy award by singing in his or her mother tongue.

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However, the most important thing is to build proper connections and work hard towards winning the award.

Though D Cryme hasn’t been active in the music scene for a very long time, he is still remembered as one of the most talented singers songwriters when it comes to the composition of love songs.

The award-winning Ghanaian musician can boast of top-class hit songs like Me Ne Woa, Koko Sakora, Kill Me Shy just to mention a few.

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