Some Dancers Refused To Dance With Me Because Of My Transition ‐ Mr. Drew

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Some Dancers Refused To Dance With Me Because Of My Transition ‐ Mr. Drew

Highly Spiritual Music signed artiste, Andrews Commey Otoo, well known as Mr. Drew has revealed that his transition from being a dancer to a musician came as a disappointment to most of his colleagues with who he used to dance.

According to him, his transition from being a choreographer to a musician was not an easy task because he had to delete all his dance videos on social media to present himself as a musician.


However, he claimed that some of his dance crew were not happy with his decision, and as a result, most of them refused to dance with his songs when he reaches out to them but will always watch them dancing with other songs.


In other news, what’s Good Networks and REVOLT TV Announce the Second Season of What’s Good Africa Exploring Ghana.


What’s Good Networks and REVOLT announced the second iteration of What’s Good Africa, a weekly unscripted lifestyle series exploring all aspects of Hip Hop culture in Africa.


Created by What’s Good Networks, Season 2 is co-produced by What’s Good Networks and its affiliate production studio Ark House Productions in association with REVOLT. The new season will encompass Ghana’s vibrant music, fashion, food, and art scenes. 


Hosted by broadcast personality and actor Alex Kwesi Crassie, who will also serve as Executive Producer, and singer and songwriter Enam, the highly-anticipated second season of What’s Good Africa will premiere on REVOLT on Wednesday, September 8.

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