It Pains Me To Be An Underground Artiste Because I Am Hungry Fameye Gets Emotional

 It Pains Me To Be An Underground Artiste Because I Am Hungry Fameye Gets Emotional

The tag of being an underground musician is one very difficult to bear, especially for up and coming artists in the Ghana Music Industry. This is exactly the picture, talented fast-rising musician and rapper, Peter Fameye, who is affectionately called Fameye paints in his interaction on the ‘Uncut’ show with Zionfelix.

Shedding some light on how difficult it is to be an underground act, Fameye stated that there are times he gets hurt thinking about how all the efforts he has put into his musical career is not seeing any form of recognition by people.

He revealed that until recently, he was always in awe that people will happily sing along his songs when he mounts any platform but does not get any more recognition as soon as the show ended.

The OGB Music signed musician stressed that currently, he is very hungry for success and a big blow up in the music industry because he feels the right thing is being done by himself and the management team.

READ ALSO: I’ve Really Suffered In Life, Mum & Dad Died At Age 1 – Fameye Shares Sad Story

Currently, Peter Fameye is out with a new banger tune titled ‘Nothing I Do’. This dope track went viral not long ago after the rapper released a video he shot with Kofi Strings.

Watch the video of Peter Fameye share the painful story of being an underground artiste below:

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