My songs are only for women - Captain Planet
Artiste admits that his songs are majorly for women since they are the ones who promote his music.
Ghanaian artiste, Captain Planet, has specified that his songs are for women.
He explained that his songs are always publicized by women and this motivates him to do more songs for them due to their influence on the popular media platforms.
The "Kpoli Kpoli" hitmaker made this known in an interview on Live FM’s breakfast show ‘Live Breakfast Club (LBC)’, he said:
“My music is for women, they are the ones who help promote my music. I really appreciate them a lot. For the guys sometimes they feel jealous to see their ladies appreciating another man’s work rather than theirs. My songs are not for men, but I have got some core male fans who I really do appreciate all the great men who have been supporting.”
The enigmatic storyteller admitted that his preferred type of music is conceptual ones.
"I like telling stories in my music that people can relate to. If you check my archives of songs from ‘Kooko Aduro’, ‘Obi Agyi Obi Girl’ Monkey Dey Work Baboon Dey Chop’, ‘Your Mother Saw Me’, ‘Akpeteshie’ Etc. I was just telling a story just like I did in my new one ‘Kpoli Kpoli.’
“I got the inspiration from a movie I was watching on the plane it was about some 2 high school students who had sentiments towards one another, however, they couldn't Date. After school, the two of them got hitched to various individuals. So there was some old reunion party and they met again after years passed by so they began discussing old school days and how they used to like one another.
"Furthermore, the person asked the woman for what valid reason she didn't allow him to cherish her and the woman answered that she was frightened the person was going to tell his companions and the person said u know me well indeed and should realize me better I wasn't going to tell anyone and I would have stayed quiet about it."
'Kpoli Kpoli' is a sweet mid-rhythm piece that discussions about cheating in a relationship, the tune is accessible on every single computerized stage.