Fast-rising hip-pop artiste, Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah known popularly as Kofi Molé, speaking on his new Extended Play (EP) titled ‘Aporsor Love’, says it was inspired by his love experience.
According to Kofi Mole, as he is popularly known in showbiz circles, his new masterpiece is a sequential narrative of his real-life experiences on love with Afia, his lover, whom he claims is the female version of himself.
Speaking on Hit FM’s Daybreak Hitz, he said ‘Aposor Love’ is a combination of two words “on how you want to go out of a relationship which is not working for you, but something is preventing you at the same time.”
To Kofi Mole, the first song on the album ‘Me Ne Wua’, tells how he begged his lover to stay with him, confessing that she is the one he is hustling for.
“The second, ‘Your Love’, is a continuation of the love story of how I was overwhelmed by Afia’s love but ‘Obi Pe’, which took me just an hour, was composed after she jilted me,” he added.
Kofi Mole explained he added ‘Don’t Be Late’, the third track on the EP, following the positive feedback it generated from fans after its release.