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I’m no longer interested in doing profane songs – King Paluta

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Ghanaian rapper King Paluta recently announced a significant change in his music career, opting to steer away from profane content and focus solely on creating positive songs that inspire and uplift his fans.

In a reflective moment, Paluta acknowledged his past tracks, admitting they delved into “a lot of foolish things” that didn’t contribute positively to his journey.

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This realization led him to pivot towards crafting music with meaningful messages, such as his hit track “Aseda” centered around gratitude.

Paluta stressed the transformative power of positivity in music, sharing that he now refrains from listening to his old profanity-laden songs.

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He passionately advocates for fellow artists to prioritize creating uplifting content rather than resorting to shock value for attention.

By embracing this musical evolution, King Paluta aims to pave the way for a more positive narrative in Ghanaian music, especially for emerging artists from underprivileged backgrounds. His journey serves as an inspiring example of growth and purposeful artistic expression.

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