The musician Peter Famiyeh Bozah, better known by his stage name “Fameye,” has admitted that the Ghanaian economy has forced him to alter his diet.
The rapper claimed that as a result of the increases in food prices, he now consumes more gari and beans, a regional specialty known as “gob3,” during an interview with DJ Reuben on the Drivetime Show on Luv FM in Kumasi.
Although I didn’t like “gob3,” the status of the economy has forced me to join the Ghanaian “gob3” eating club. Now that the cost of rice and even “gob3” is rising, I decided to include all of them in my song to encourage my listeners to have faith in God and know that even though things are difficult in the nation, all will work out for the best.
He admitted that despite the global economic issues, Ghana appears to be the country most negatively impacted by them. He prayed for the administration to take action to lessen the suffering in the nation.
In an interview with DJ Reuben as part of his tour in the Ashanti Region to promote his new song, which relates about the present economic situation in Ghana, the singer admitted he was not a fan of the popular ‘gob3’ but that it is now his go-to meal for survival.
The new song, titled “PRESSURE” and accessible on all streaming services, is aimed to inspire optimism among music fans during these trying times.
Fameye claims he wants Ghanaians, especially his supporters, to listen and take solace in what he has to say.