Rome wasn’t built in a day, my voice will get better with time -Emelia Brobbey

Rome wasn’t built in a day, my voice will get better with time -Emelia Brobbey

Ghanaian actress Emelia Brobbey has been under serious criticism few days ago after she surprisingly released a maiden song titled ‘Fa meko’. Many Ghanaians believes the content of the song though but needs to work on her voice.

Speaking on Hitz FM’s entertainment morning show, daybreak Hitz hosted by Andy Dosty, Emelia Brobbey who have received these criticisms both constructive and unconstructive with a good heart said that, she is ready to work on her voice as people complained about and with time things will get better.

She believes in the common saying that “Rome was not built in a day”. It is arguably true that, many great singers the that Ghana have had like Kojo Antwi, Afriyie Wutah, Akwaboah junior, Kwabena Kwabena, Ofori Amponsah and a host of other didn’t jump to their peak in a day but took them many years with continues practice to get there.

She therefore urge Ghanaians to be constructive and a bit polite in criticising people because criticism must make and build people and not to tear them apart.

Emelia Brobbey seems not to be discouraged at all upon all the trolls on social media after she released her maiden single, fa meko, she told Andy Dosty about other singles she’s yet to release and also in talks with Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame to have a remix of fa meko.