A few days after releasing the video of “Maame Ewa”, Willy Wanta’s YouTube view count shot up organically and such a sudden phenomenal numerical rise boils down to the inference that the music market has started giving him a fostering recognition and that signals a timely juicy start of his senior-grade music career.
Over the years Willy Wanta has been working hard enough in the basic aspects of songwriting and song release frequency to keep his discography in flight, but he entered this year with the renewed poise to work beyond his usual basics with a strong degree of diligence that can spread his music across new places and maximize his fan base. In his plan, he mapped out certain key demographics where he firmly believes the people there will accept his music and then step into his fan base and stay with him. The paramount part of the plan is to feed the public with more videos and “Maame Ewa’s video is the maiden release from the pack.
Willy Wanta’s plan is working. He tested the market with his “Maame Ewa” video. The song is a direct fix that fits the current economic atmosphere in Ghana, even as its lyrics speak for the betterment of the country.
After releasing the “Maame Ewa” video, it might not get much too late before Willy drops another relatable music video, possibly so as not to lose the great momentum “Maame Ewa” has fetched.
Willy Wanta is currently on a media tour to get his brand and music much closer to the public. Tomorrow, he’ll be on Accra’s Amanie FM for an interview with DJ Levin. More radio interview dates follow in the month.
Willy Wanta has always been an outspoken reggae artiste with a people’s concern, but he has a lot of happy songs he built on recreational lifestyle themes and relationships.
LINK of Maame Ewa
WRITTEN BY: Regula Rebel