My 'sweet,' supportive ex-girlfriends are proud of me now — King Paluta

General News My 'sweet,' supportive ex-girlfriends are proud of me now — King Paluta

Ghanaian musician King Paluta is thankful for the support he received from those around him during his journey to stardom, especially his ex-girlfriends.

In an interview on United Showbiz on UTV, the 'Aseda' hitmaker shared his experiences and struggles before his rise to fame.

Reflecting on how he sustained himself through the challenging years of his music career, King Paluta acknowledged the significant role played by individuals who believed in him, including his former partners.

"I'm lucky; anytime in my life, I meet people who usually support me. All the time, I always met people who did not hesitate to support me. Even my ex-girlfriends. I have dated many girls - are all proud of me right now," he told MzGee, the host of the show.

King Paluta also discussed his passion for music, which kept him motivated despite a slow start.

He emphasized that his love for music was a constant source of joy and perseverance.

"I don't rush; I let everything happen in its own time. When I first started music, I hardly got views on my videos uploaded on YouTube.

“I used to get about five to ten views in one year. But I was just living my life; I love what I do, and I love music, so finding myself around music - whether in the studio or listening to music was okay for me," he said.

King Paluta, real name Thomas Adjei Wireko, began his music career in the early 2000s.

His songs often serve as motivational anthems for the youth, with his track 'Sika Aba Fie' gaining significant popularity.

King Paluta's hit track 'ASEDA' earned him four nominations at the Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMAs) and the title of Best New Artiste in 2024.

Gideon Afful Amoako
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