JM Ready To Take Ghanaian Music To Another Level
8/3/2012 6:00:57 PM -
Ntim Mensah Joseph, who announced his presence in the music scene some years back, appears determined to make it to the top with a good strategy to market his hit single on the African continent.
His new single, 'Heart On Fire', was currently being aired on some radio stations in the country.
The afro-pop music star, also known as JM, was seen as an inspiration and his looks would not make one think of anything less.
He has indeed proven beyond all reasonable doubt that he has come to stay.
The lyrics in the hit single was neatly arranged with sensational and inspirational rhythms, making the song a unique one.
JM's single had distinctive features in terms of programming, beat and style, which was a new dimension in our current afro pop dispensation.
The creativity in the composition was also commendable and it had the potential of becoming a big hit, considering how it was gaining public appeal.
'Hearts On Fire' , is a mid-tempo song rendered in hip-hop and afro pop beats, with a beautiful rhythm and a great treble tune to match. The song was a wonderful piece which brought out the artiste's superb creative skills.
JM was a member of a reggae dance hall group known as AKC4 but was now embarking on a solo musical project to change the trend of the afro pop music in Ghana with the reason of being himself in terms of versatility.
Moreover, he believed in good music that tended to have a positive impact on the society and the world as a whole.
'Heart on Fire' single was a track from his debut album titled, 'Just Me' and the album had interesting songs like 'This Love', 'Just Me', 'U Too Fine' among others.
The album which was under Speech Productions label would be released soon not only in Ghana, but some selected African countries before going international.
The songs on JM's album were full of catchy, easy to sing along tunes, with immense commercial potential. It was set to create stiff competition for established artistes, particularly, those already making waves in the music field.
Opinions about the songs differ, but listening to the lyrics carefully and the kind of message he was sending to the youth, one would easily be motivated to sing along.
By George Clifford Owusu