My Father Helps Me Record My Profane Songs -Yaa Jackson

Yaa Jackson

Born again actress cum musician, Yaa Konadu Jackson has made some interesting revelation about her parents and her singing career.

The 90’s bad girl after Ebony says her parents are okay with her kind of dressing and choice of words she uses in her songs.

Yaa Jackson is one of the few Ghanaian musicians who came into the limelight after releasing profane songs. Her entire brand was actually built on profanity and nvdity.

She became popular after releasing her hit song ‘Tear rubber’ which was met with a whole lot of backlash.

She again released ‘Ehye Mu’ and  ‘Ehwe Papa’ and they were also hit by a lot of controversies and backlashes due to the choice of words she used in the songs.

Arguably, Yaa Jackson is one of the talented young musicians in the Country, but I’m sorry her talents begins and ends with her profanity, without that, there’s no way she can make it in the music industry.

Moving forward, the born again musician in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitzfm, revealed that, her parents see nothing wrong with her brand when asked about how her parents feel about her.

In fact she stated that, her father actually contributes to her songs and sometimes go with her to the studio to record some of her songs.

“He puts contributions into my songs, sometimes we go to the studio together” she said.

Talking about her provocative dressing, she justified it by saying she’s not the first to dress that way.


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