Afriyie Wutah explains the inspiration behind his ‘Ayalolo’ EP

Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Afriyie Wutah has revealed the inspiration behind his latest ‘Ayalolo’ EP.

This is his first body of work since returning to the music scene after a hiatus.

This EP has five (5) tracks and has only a single feature from the Ghanaian female songstress, Dela.

According to the former Wutah member, he took inspiration from the word ‘Ayalolo’ which in Ga means ‘we are moving.’

In essence, he is trying to communicate his resolve to keep moving in the music business regardless of the challenges he may be facing.

The songs on the EP are ‘Hard Times’, ‘The One’, ‘Afrojam’, ‘Lala’ and ‘Africa Rise Up.’

Afriyie who reunited with his counterpart Kobby in 2017, after breaking up in 2010, told Citi News that he has learnt his lessons after being in a music group and would keep pushing till he hit the pinnacle of his aspirations.

Stream ‘Ayalolo’ EP below:

Football news:

An unfortunate statement about joining an imaginary tournament. La Liga President on Bartomeu's words about the European Premier League
Benzema scored the club's 30th goal in the Champions League. Only Messi, Ronaldo and Raul managed it
Miranchuk and Krykhovyak are the best Loko players in the match against Bayern according to Bild, CHorluka and Murilo are the worst
Salzburg coach about the Champions League: we deserved more than one point in two games
With Lukaku, it is useless to play in a power struggle. Shakhtar defender Bondar on the Inter forward
Ivanov will serve the match OF AZ-Rijeka in the Europa League. Rotor appealed his refereeing in the game with Loko
Gasperini on Ajax: it's not easy for everyone Against them. Atalanta made a great comeback