Multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel musician, Joe Mettle has opened up on why he recorded his hit single Bo Noo Ni and has said that the song is a reflection of his personal life.
Joe Mettle made this revelation on Thursday in an interview with Jon Germain on Accra based Fm station, Starr Fm.
As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, the onetime VGMA artiste of the year said he got the inspiration to write the song one day when he was driving and went back in thoughts to figure out how tough the road has been but success has been his portion irrespective. He also reckoned how God has been instrumental on his road to success and coiled the title of the song from his reflections. “Bo Noo Ni was more of a reflection. I was driving onetime and was reflecting on a few things that has happened in my life for these few years. I started from nothing to where God brought me and it was amazing.”
He added that he didn’t know the song will be an instant hit until after his live recording, adding that he mostly releases songs after he has done a live recording. “I didn’t know it will be a hit when we were recording but I figured it out after.”
Joe Mettle further revealed that it’s been quite a lengthy road for him before fame, having to sing as back up for Cindy Thompson, the late Danny Nertey and a couple of other big names before joining Soul Winners.
He further explained that he had to go through all those in order to learn and come out prepared and is glad he never gave up along the way.
The gospel singer is set to release an album sometime this year and has announced there would be a world tour after the album release.