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Ghanaian Afrobeats artiste, Camidoh has said he inspires to cause his fans to relate to his music just as the legendary American artiste, Michael Jackson.

Speaking about his music career, Camidoh said it takes a lot of work to record his music because he “really wants his song to be relatable to his audience.”

In an interview on The Afternoon Show, Wednesday, June 19, the artiste expressed his desire to create songs which his audience can relate to the lyrics just like Michael Jackson did.

“It takes a lot of work for me to make my music and that’s why when it comes out, it feels very relatable because then I have to sing with a lot of passion just so when the next man listening those emotions can be communicated, so this is what the music is talking about.

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“I want to be legendary like Michael Jackson, you know when you listen to him you can really feel. When he says heal the world, you actually feel that he wants to heal the world and that’s the kind of artiste I want to be,” he stated.

Camidoh has recently released his new single titled ‘NFL (Breakfast)’ which narrates a heartbreak he went through ten months ago.

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The ‘Sugarcane’ crooner told hosts of the Afternoon Show, Anita Akuffo and Godwin Namboh on Wednesday that his heartbreak experience helped him to channel more time to relate with his family, especially his mother.

He said he is still dealing with the situation as he has been through therapy and received many advice from friends to deal with the bitter experience.