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I tattooed Freddy Meiway on my back to celebrate his achievements - Joyce Dzidzor

I tattooed Freddy Meiway on my back to celebrate his achievements – Joyce Dzidzor

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 3 weeks ago 0

Joyce Dzidzor, a former AIDS ambassador, has disclosed that she has been using Freddy Meiway’s music as therapy for her long-term, recurrent depression and related mental health issues.

Joyce Dzidzor honored the “gesture” by tattooing Freddy Meiway’s face on her back and including him in her new song Tatata, which will be released on Wednesday, April 10. Joyce said, “I have so much respect for Freddy Meiway. 

In an interview with Graphic Showbiz on Monday, April 1, 2024, she said, “His music served as therapy for me during my severe depression in Hamburg in 2019, and I got him tattooed on my back to honor his 35 years of artistic achievement.”

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“How many musicians have been able to feature him on a song? Getting him on the song was not easy, but in the end, we succeeded, and for that, I am incredibly thankful. The song is called Tatata, and I am in Ghana right now to promote it because I think it is a good song. It comes out on April 10. It talks about a broken heart and how to survive it.

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“Freddy will not just jump on any song if he is not okay with it, so that should tell listeners that my new song will do well,” she said.    

Joyce Dzidzor has been performing for over 15 years, providing support vocals for numerous artists such as Gyedu-Blay Ambolley and vocalist Sherifa Gunu. She was also a member of the Dela Hayes Women of Colour band.                                         

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Joyce responded that it would depend on how well this project goes when asked about her next project and potential collaborations with other Ghanaian musicians.

“My music career is full of plans, but they will depend on how well my most recent single does. If it goes well and is accepted by Ghanaians, it will give me the energy to continue,” she said.

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