“Broken heart” Motivated Me to Write Olive The Boy’s song “Asylum”

Spread the love

Broken heart’ inspired ‘Asylum’: Olive The Boy’s emotive song explained. Dive into the heartfelt story behind the music.

Olive The Boy, an Afrobeats artist and songwriter, has revealed how a strained relationship inspired him to write his latest song, “Asylum.”

Olive The Boy, real name Joel Ofori Bonsu, claimed that the song, which was made available on March 1st, was even written before his popular song “Goodsin.”

The musician revealed that the song was inspired by a broken heart from his ex-girlfriend, which occurred two years ago, in an interview with Cookie Tee on TV3.The 21-year-old claimed that his intense love for the woman, whose identity he withheld, forced him to write a song about his painful experience.

“I felt like I need to write a song about it because I was really in love with the girl. Charley, you cannot trust human beings so it was just like a message to the girl and me trying to [console myself].“I lef am, she’s there and I do not know her whereabouts. I do hear from her sometimes and she wants to comeback,” he said on TV3’s New Day, Wednesday, April 3.

“There are many fishes in the sea,” the afrobeats singer quickly replied when asked if he would get back together with his ex-girlfriend.

Olive The Boy, meanwhile, has voiced concerns with his Telecel Ghana Music Awards nominations.

Three nominations have been extended to the ‘Goodsin’ hitmaker for the TGMA this year.

These include the following: the year’s most popular song, the finest Afrobeats tune, and the best new artist.

Source: 3news

Useful Links 

ADVERTIZE WITH US

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Reset password

Enter your email address and we will send you a link to change your password.

Get started with your account

to save your favourite homes and more

Sign up with email

Get started with your account

to save your favourite homes and more

By clicking the «SIGN UP» button you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
Powered by Estatik