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New kid on the block, B4bonah’s cry for the Supreme Divine to intervene in his affairs are yielding fruits as his ‘Dear God’ song has established him as a rapper to watch out for.

On the remix version of ‘Dear God’ featuring rap heavyweight Sarkodie, Bonah real name Fredrick Amoako Bonah beseeches God to intervene and let him blow gaining fans, wealth and fame.

He acknowledges he can’t carry all the burden although grateful he is still alive as others have passed on.

Sarkodie for his party also calls for the anointing to be released as the pressure from all angles is overwhelming.

The Mimlife Records artiste surely has something going n hers and if well guided and managed could become one of Ghana’s notable music exports. Zodiac Beatz handled the production of the ‘Dear God’ while Director OJ executed the visuals.


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