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“When I was 3 years old, my mom wanted me to be a musician” – Kofi Kinaata

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Ghanaian music sensation, Kofi Kinaata shared a touching story about his musical beginnings.

The renowned musician revealed that his journey into music was sparked by his mother‘s encouragement when he was just three years old.

During the interview with Agyemang Prempeh on Power97.9 FM and TV XYZ, Kofi Kinaata expressed gratitude for his mother’s influence, describing her as a passionate music lover with a talent for singing and songwriting.

He explained that despite showing promise as a footballer, he always remembered his mother’s wish for him to pursue music.

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Reflecting on his childhood, Kofi Kinaata said, “When I was three years old, my mom told me she wanted me to be a musician when I grew up. She said she really loves music, so I always had that in mind. Though I used to be a good footballer, I had it in mind that I would be an artiste.”

He further credited his musical talent to his mother, highlighting her remarkable voice and songwriting skills. “My mom has a good voice; she can really compose music. I got that trait from her,” he added, emphasizing the profound impact his mother’s passion for music had on shaping his career path.

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