Edem has served music lovers with a new party anthem titled ‘We Don’t Really Care’.
The single is a party song and shares a simple story of how troubles and worries are temporal.
According to the rapper, the song was inspired by the average income-earning Ghanaian who goes through hustle and finds it difficult to really take time out to celebrate their little wins.
It stresses the need to have fun regardless of one’s tight schedules or the drudgery that comes with their various jobs.
“We don’t really care if the cost of living is high, we don’t really care if the standard of living keeps changing, we will do our best to celebrate our wins, motivate ourselves and try again the next day,” Edem explained.
“I know how ‘boys’ put in hard work from sunup to sundown, so we need to show up and always have a good time because life is more important than anything,” he noted.
‘We Don’t Really Care’ was produced by Groovy Beats, mixed, and mastered by Mix Master Garzy, and distributed by Orchard.
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