Even acts on the continent also use it to boost their popularity as this previous post shows: Ugandan Dancehall/Afro DJ/artist Bobi Wine now reformed! ...... says he has evolved from homophobia
In an encounter with a local news outlet Observer Light, Che Fyah, revealed that the release of this song is prominent to his career, as he is featuring a great female international artiste, who is well known for dropping conscious vibes with superb lyrics.
“The song is all about discouraging Gay (battyman) and Lesbian styles. I did a song with Lutan Fyah and I’m still working to do more with other international artistes too,” he said.
According to him, his mission in music is huge and being a deejay and artiste, he has a great role to play in the development and improvement of the Gambia’s music industry.
“It is very important do collaboration with good and international artistes as it will avail you the opportunity to get your voice heard by many international audiences,” he concluded.
We need to recall how this thing specific to Ifrica started though and remember sometimes a wrong strategy can lead to unneeded issues as this latest development in my mind shows.
Here is an old interview with Ifrica, JFLAG's Dane Lewis and Tony Rebel on Nationwide on the issue with here performance at the Stadium and her promarriage remarks.
Barbershop chat: People still seh Buju was set up by gays
Queen Ifrica claims ...Gay people loved her music
Gays must reserve thier disappointment says emailer on the Queen Ifrica matter
Queen Ifrica Stands Her Ground on homosexuality 2014