I thought about naming the man who broke my heart in my song – Pam

Pam, Ghanaian/US-based Afro-Beats Songstress behind “Low Key” and “Bobo” songs has revealed that she once thought about mentioning the gentleman who broke her heart in her song.

The “Makoma” singer in an interview with MC Ogee on New York-based Adinkra Radio Entertainment show said she later decided not to let her ex-lover’s name feature in her song because that would have revealed his identity.

“I went to the gym when I had broken heart, the best thing to do under such circumstance is to get into shape and have your mental health clear again to run the broken heart away. Of course you will think about it but I take it day by day. The one who broke my heart is a Ghanaian. I decided not to use him to make a song because that would have exposed his identity. I thought about it, but I had to wait for some time.”

Disclosing why she took a break from the music scene, the gifted musician said it was to enable her find the sound that perfectly represents who she is.

“I took a little bit of a break because I was trying to find my sound. I want my sound to be representative of me. My sound can’t be fully Twi, it can’t be fully English either. It has to be international sound because I speak Spanish to some level so I want to add some Spanish to my music. Some times you need to take a break of to re-focus and rebalance. This industry is very challenging, there are so many players and so many things.

“So sometimes in order to focus, you have to step back and then find your road. You need advice from so many people and they qualify to give advice because of their experience. But I have to find out if the advice is for me, does it represent me. Because we can write a whole twi song, but I know I can’t sing all the Twi words the way it is supposed to. The was a song that was written in English and somebody transcribed it into and I realized I couldn’t sing all of the Twi words. Even though I wrote it in English, it couldn’t be sang it Twi. So, I just took a step back.”

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