Ghanaian-UK-based gospel musician, SIRJones Twum has opened up on his experience living abroad.
Speaking in a private interview with Ghanaarticles.com, SIRJones Twum disclosed that the whites have so much respect for Ghana and its people.
According to the gospel singer who currently lives in the UK, it is always a great feeling for him to have conversations with other nationals about his motherland Ghana. He added that when whenever other nationals get to know that he is Ghanaian, it even, makes the conversations more refreshing.
‘There is always this atmosphere of respect and I love it, it feels so good you know, he sharply added
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He further noted that they often mention three things they love about Ghana whenever he interacts with them.
He said they describe Ghana as a peaceful country, they also describe Ghanaians as lovely people and then Ghana Jollof is the best.
In over a decade of doing music, SIRJones Twum is known for his creativity and uniqueness in the Gospel music industry as a result of his style of compositions and rearrangement of songs.
The ‘Korokorbor’ hitmaker has two albums “ Aseda Soronko” and “Rhema” to his credit, with hit songs “Nyame Aseda” and “Nyame Obolobo” from these.
SIRJones has a new song OUT from his yet-to-be-released EP, ‘DWELL’, which is currently trending on aftown and other music stores.
This new one features MoG Music and it’s entitled, ‘Fill This Place”. The official music video for the single is below