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Music of Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Source: GhanaWeb

Video: Kati G is telling a story, not promoting lesbianism

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Other than the typical forbidden love music videos based on interracial relationships, tribal prejudice, and the so called infamous love story of Romeo and Juliet, Kati G has taken the topic of forbidden love into another level, a different point of view, and tagging it to the controversial reality of a universal argument.

Kati G’s video tells the story of forbidden love from a different angle. She makes you believe that a man and woman desire a relationship together and because of certain circumstances, they can’t be together.

She has stated that she wants to create music videos based on reality and what is happening in homes around the world and in our homes right here in Ghana.

Contrary to some music enthusiast’s views, she says she is not promoting lesbianism, she is simply telling a story in relation to the song with a different approach and not the same old idea everyone else uses.

She has also stated, "many of my friends have reached out to me confidentially confessing their thoughts of committing suicide or struggling with being what society considers inhumane. They live isolated mentally and cannot think past fear or being free. Through my music video, I wanted to show and describe to everyone what they are going through."

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