AUTHOR: Regula Rebel

The overly popular yearning for Maiden Voyage’s first single release will be over in a few days (perhaps by the close of next weekend, 19th August) as the trio has finally decided to unleash the first song off its set of 3 promo songs scheduled for release ahead of its 16-track debut album dubbed “Key Of Life”.

On the 4th brainstorming sitting about which of the 3 chosen promo songs to release first and which unique publicity strategy should be committed to it, “Don’t Ask Me Why” won up above “Storm On My Head” and “Different Colours”. Then, based on the radio tour calendar had at hand, “Don’t Ask Me Why” is scheduled for release on 19th August with its first-off radio premiere coming off on Pink fm Saturday, 19th August. Subsequent premiere sessions follow on other radio stations such as Yfm, Live fm, 3fm, Radio Gold, Hitz fm, Green fm and on several more others local and worldwide.

Maiden Voyage’s “Don’t Ask Me Why” is a pure conscious reggae piece, one that literally talks about the widely known centuries-old mass victimization by the vile controllers of the matrix and victim curiosity as to why the masses is trapped at the pyramid base in a control web that prevents people from achieving their full true self.

“I had a little vision of what life could be

Oh I wish it could be reality

Don’t follow the trends

‘Cause it kinda make you look like a clown

I’m not who try to hurt you or took you from who you were

So, “Don’t Ask Me Why” “.

Clearly, the above evidencing lyric excerpt from “Don’t Ask Me Why” is enough concise gist, it gives you a fair clue to the song’s core concept while you curiously await your quick download come August 19.

And yes, Maiden Voyage is a multi-genre multi-national music trio made up of a Ghanaian, a Nigerian and a British: Mistacii, Rebai Uhuru and Alisonus, respectively.

NB: The radio station names found above are in Ghana.

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