Ghanaian musician AYESEM releases JULIE, a song based on true story line, which aims at tackling teenage pregnancies.
The song is a beautiful story of a cautionary tale with amazing afrobeats. The video premiered on 13 May 2022 and has since garnered a whooping 4,514 views and counting on Youtube.
The video features a classroom setting with young women and men in school as students learning and engaging with each other.
The student ‘Julie’ is cautioned by her mother to stay focused in school but she ends up pregnant and being a school drop-out which leads to financial difficulties for her.
Ayesem talks about teenage pregnancies and how they affect the lives, especially of the young woman. He stated in the video that some of the causes of teenage pregnancies are are broken homes, peer pressure, curiosity, bad influences and unprotected sex among others.
The track is definitely one that will be featured among the top tracks of this year.
Who is Ayesem?
Stephen Kwabena Siaw (born 1 April 1986), known by his stage name Ayesem, is a Ghanaian hip hop and hiplife recording artiste from Takoradi. He is well known for his hit single, “Koti”.
He kicked off his career as a member of the group ‘Trinity’ in 2006. He later formed a music group called ‘2Unit’ with fellow musician, Nero X.
As a group, their songs received massive radio airplay in the Western and Central Region of Ghana.
Ayesem has had major collaborations with artists such as Castro, Old Solja, Kurl Songx, Kofi Kinaata, Epixode, Singlet, etc. He has also worked with producers such as WillsBeatz and Ivan Beatz.
Ayesem is currently signed to Shocks Entertainment.
What do fans have to say about Julie ?
‘Great educative and good content…..Great music 🎶 🎵 👌…Ayesem to the world 🌎🇬🇧 on repeat here ….’
‘Message is clear,very educative.Music 10/10 Melody…. lyrics relatable, story line omg, but why the numbers ain’t up is appalling charlie.’
‘This song needs a big project and should be entered in VGMA green project’
‘Owww Julie hmmm I love this new one Ayesem always delivering good music keep it up big Bro.’