GH Brothers’ record label artiste, AJ Nelson continues to demonstrate a promising start of this year with his latest single titled “Adεn” featuring Bradez’s half, Flowking Stone and Kodi which is expected to be unleashed by his on this Friday, 15th February.
He actually looks set for this year after dropping several singles and freestyles every moment he gets to the studio. The King of BA, was also expected to released his most anticipated album last year but due to a few hindrances, it has been shifted to December this year.
So far, he has proven his innocence from the criticisms he raised against the Ghana Music Awards organizing committee for not treating him fairly. On a more serious note, AJ Nelson has a promising future in the Ghana music industry with his low toned Hip-hop rap background. The fusion of his Twi and slang rap in all his tracks depicts the nature of a true African and his ability to conquer the world of Hip-hop in the next few years.
In-form AJ, shared his taught and what actually motivated him to do such blockbuster collaboration with Flowking Stone and Kodi. He disclosed in an interview with Think Ghana Music that, “Adεn” which translates “Why Always Me” is a special collaboration to clear the rumours about his childhood life of being the very stubborn child in the community where he grew up.
“Adεn is a personal issue and more like a true story. I was labelled as vagabond, stubborn, disrespectful and don’t listen to advice. Whenever a bad thing is done around my neighbourhood, they always mention my name” he said. He also continued to say “Whatever I do, they always criticise me. Why don’t they mind their own business?” he said.
Some of the tracks he does are basically entrenched on true stories especially his life experiences. “This year my fans are going to hear a lot from me. Am not going to lay back anymore. I just dropped a mixtape called “Bar Series”. The next “Bar Series” is going to be a true story song called “My Step Mother”, a true promise to his fans.
The BA emcee typically uses his music to educate, empower, encourage and also preaches against immoral acts especially in the areas of social vices.