PopCicle is set to drop another hit for music lovers. PopCicle is well known for hits like Nyame Nti, Dondo, M3ba Fie and many more.
The Ghanaian heavyweight rapper has finally set a date for his talked much unreleased song dubbed Book Of Life.
PopCicle in an exclusive interview with HITZMOTION.COM clarified that the song is purposely for creating awareness about how people must live their everyday lives.
“I am bringing out this song to the people to create awareness obout how to live their lives. We are all enjoying and more focused on the materialistic things on earth, rather than seeking for what would happened to us after when we have kicked the bucket. It is my core duty to let every music lover being a fan of artist A or B get to understand that what happens after we have died is what we should be more concerned about.” He said.
When been asked why he titled it the Book Of Life this is how he answered “Revelation 20: 15 talks about those whose name not included in the Book of Life would be thrown into the lake of fire. And also, Daniel 12:1 makes us understand that those whose name would appear in the Book of Life would be rescued. So decided to title it a book of life because it is exactly what I am preaching to the people.
He also said the song is a highlife fused with rap “I know my fans know me as a core rapper, but since my idea is to send out this piece as a message to everyone not just my fans i decided to do it a highlife fused with a bit of rap so both the old and young can vibe with it. And it sounds very good. And very sure everyone would love it.”
PopCicle has decided to drop the much anticipated track “The Book Of Life” on Sunday, 16th August, 2020. And it falls on the same day Sarkodie will be hosting his Black Love Virtual Concert powered by Ceek.
PopCicle has collaborated with artist like Kwame Titan and more.
He was also featured on Mizta Splenda hit songs Taste My Love and They Know respectively.
He is a representative of Bad Town Music.
The song will be available on all major streaming platforms.