Cape Coast Artiste, Saa Boy No Calls Out Fake Friends In New Song, “Mabr3”

Cape Coast based rapper
Cape Coast based artiste, Saa Boy No image via artiste

Budding hiphop and Afrobeats artiste, James Paulinus Johnson known as Saa Boy No, just released a new song titled ‘Mabr3.’

Mabr3 is an afrobeats production where the artiste sings about steering clear of negative energy. With the catchy hook in the Ghanaian Fante language, Cape Coast-based artiste, Saa Boy No sings about being tired of forcing himself on people. His rap verse done in English basically calls for fake friends to steer clear of him as he goes about living his life.

He said: “Simply put, if you don’t like me I don’t like you too and I won’t pretend about it so others should also learn to show their true feelings and stop being fake.”

Saa Boy No is an old student of St Augustine’s College and a graduate of KNUST. He has been recording and performing since his days in Augusco where he won the best rapper award.

Currently pursuing his music under no management, the artiste hopes to take Cape Coast music to the world and has four singles to his name, “Ye Be Sei M’adwen”, “Take a seat”, “Over Me” and his latest song, “Mabr3”, all available on Audiomack and other digital platforms.

Mabr3 will be available officially on all music stores tomorrow but, you can listen to it now on Audiomack (Mabr3) and watch the video here:

The song was produced by LTTB and shot and directed by Director Nayta. Connect with the artiste on Twitter (@Saaboynomusic) and Instagram (@Saaboynomusic)


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