‘A Few Of Us Could Have Done Better’ – Samini ‘Tr@shes’ Official 2022 Black Stars World Cup Theme Song

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The CEO of Highgrade Music, Samini, has subtly described the song chosen as the official 2022 theme song for the Ghana Black Stars’ campaign at the World Cup in Qatar as a poor one.

The award-winning musician in a tweet on Saturday, November 19, 2022, inquired who selected the song to be Ghana’s official theme song.

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Samini further indicated that the song was one that was not fit to be a theme song for a campaign that starts a few days from now because it was very difficult to learn.

The 2022 SRC President of GIMPA hilarious added that the only reason why the person who selected this particular theme song composed by the Kentos Music Band will do so is probably because the individual was a part of the people who wrote the song as well.

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He stressed that people like him could have done a better job at composing a theme song for the Black Stars during this campaign if they were given the opportunity.

‘The new black starts song tho ,do we have to learn it before the world cup ?🤷🏾‍♂️😂 whoever chose it probably wrote it too. Eiiiii track na 3y3 ya saaa no! Hmmm 😂😂😂 a few of us could have done a better job at that Chale anaa meeb)dam lol. but vim still for the boys. Go Ghana,’ Samini wrote.

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