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    Ambolley corrupted my music – Rex Omar

    by Michael Wiafe, Hitz FM
    posted Tuesday, 25 September 2012 12:03| 0 Comments

    Rex Omar of Abiba fame has said his music used to be very philosophical until he heard Gyedu Blay Ambolley’s Simi Rapp which had captured the Ghanaian market.

    According to him, he took a short musical hiatus only to return and realise Ambolley’s Simi Rapp song had been accepted by Ghanaians despite its lewd lyrics.

    “I decided to then do same and temporarily abandon my philosophical trend of music. Starting with Abiba which I am not proud of, ever,” Rex said on Blakk Rasta’s award-winning Taxi Driver show on Hitz FM.

    Rex Omar also said he was originally a reggae artiste which he still stands by but was forced to abandon it because of monotony in the genre in Ghana at the time.

    He said, however, he is now back to reggae music for good.

    Rex Omar added that, he has since abandoned lewd lyrics in his music and repented.

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