Barely 72 hours after the demise of Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama, the Army Officer who was killed by a mob action at Denkyira-Obuasi in the Central Region, Singer Nero X has released a tribute song to eulogise the late Captain.
In the slow tempo emotional song, Nero X prayed that Jehovah watches over the family of the Captain whose gruesome murder has thrown the entire state into mourning.
Nero X in the song mentions how the state is heartbroken by this news and the country is calling for justice for Captain Mahama.
Produced by Willis Beatz, ‘Tribute to Captain Mahama’ is a song Nero X told www.233times.com that he wept whilst in the booth recording it. According to him, he has not suffered putting down lyrics like this as it was more of emotions which clouded his creative instincts.
Listen to the tribute song below;
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