TALENTED GHANAIAN artiste , born Frank Acheampong, is set to release a song dubbed ‘Temple’, which features Acheampon, on Friday, July 5, at Purple Pub, Osu, Accra.
The new song, according to him, is about how people react to things they do in secret but preach against in public. “I chose ‘Temple’ because that’s what most people can relate to.”
Bo-Arche , who started music as a church singer in his teens, said, he is currently not signed on to any record label.
He said, “When an artiste is signed on to a record label, it makes you not to stress yourself when it comes to the brand pushing. Being independent artiste is full of stress though but I am still pushing”
Bo-Arche also said he chose to do highlife, Afro pop and hiplife because it (sic) defines me as African. I look up to every musician who does good things. I would love to feature every artiste. I am my own competition, because my creativity is within.”
‘Temple’ is produced by DatbeatGod and was inspired by the society and basically talks about human life.
“Life is a process which needs time to study,” he advised young people who look up to him.