“I Don’t Joke, I Mean Business” – Hajia 4Real Tells Critics

Hajia 4Real has thrown a word of caution to the Ghanaian public saying she is not coming into the music industry to joke.

According to Hajia who is in the music industry as Mona 4Real says she is taking her music seriously thus has invested in a professional music studio in her home.

After the release of her debut single, ‘Badder Than’  received divided views from music lovers with many saying she made a good song and video but needs to work on her voice.

Despite the criticism from the public, she said she is working on it at home. This she said in her interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM.

“Do you know that I have a professional studio set up in my home? I have never shown it to people on social media but today when I go home I’ll take a video and post it so that they know I mean business,” Hajia4Real said.

Speaking on the night before the release of her single with Pulse Ghana’s David Mawuli, Hajia said she had feared when she considered pursuing music professionally but this year’s event motivated her to follow her dream.

“I have always loved music but I was just waiting for the right time. You know, I have been a little bit scared of what people will say because I have a lot of friends in the industry and I see what they go through like all these controversies and all that,”

Explaining the title of the song and the video, the Instagram personality said “so “Badder Than” is basically about me, I am singing about me. I feel like I am the baddest’’.

“My team and I wrote the song and all that. It was teamwork basically. My music video was shot by Rex.

We shot part of it in the house, part of it was in Aburi. We had some studio shots as well. We spent a couple of thousands of dollars,” she said.

 

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