Fameye of OGB Music has recounted how he managed to catch fame at his struggling peak in the music Industry.
According to the fast-rising artist, he was a waste collector which is known in the local parlance as ‘Borla man’ and even slept in an uncompleted building to survive.
In an exclusive interview with Togo Borga, Fameye revealed that Liquid Beatz who recorded his songs has been supportive and encouraging.
He indicated that he was also sleeping in the studios of Liquid Beatz until he was able to rent a place.
“I was sleeping in incomplete buildings despite having a family because I wanted to hustle and not depend on my family…I knew I had a family but I wanted to be self-dependant. Although I had a family, I was not depending on anyone because I did not want to be a burden on anybody. I was collecting waste from homes and fetching water for others in other for me to survive. I was also into farming of maize and potatoes. It got to a time I was also teaching. People realised I was hardworking and so they started giving me tips” he stated.
Fameye in a viral video which popped up recently was seen pleading Ghana’s finest rapper Sarkodie to remix his ‘Nothing I Get‘ song during an interview.