UK-based Ghanaian singer, Dosty has expressed the conviction that the recently released music video for his song Strong Body Girl will take Ghana by storm.
The music video was shot in different locations in the UK and Dosty says his team is working hard at making the song a global hit.
“Strong Body Girl is a positive song aimed at inspiring women to love themselves and take care of themselves, and the music video reflects just that.
“We are going all out to make sure the song and the accompanying video becomes a fan favourite around the world. I want it to win Best Music Video at every single award ceremony in Ghana next year and the reason I say that is because the song is a nice piece and the video is a classic,” he said.
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Strong Body Girl is currently available for streaming on all digital platforms. Dosty, born Ezekiel Amoh, began his music career at a tender age.
In 2015, Dosty released his breakthrough single titled Move to You, a song inspired by a real experience.
The release of Move to You in 2015 gave him a chance to open up sets for South African rapper AKA and performing on the stage of one of the UK’s Afro festivals, Ghana Party In the Park, for two years in a row.
In 2016, Dosty performed for BBC Coventry's diversity rock show. He also opened up sets for Nigerian music stars Davido and Olamide in Birmingham.
After a break from music, Dosty made a comeback with a new single TOH (Taste of Heaven). He then followed up with Dream Girl inspired by the kind of girl he wants to call his wife.
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Characterised by unique qualities that set him apart from his peers, Dosty has proven to be an all-rounder, designing his own clothing, shoes, making his own beats and recording himself.
He has worked with producers such as Guilty Beatz, Mr Eazi, Uchaay and many more.