Krymi: I lost my new songs when my hard drive crashed

The Ghanaian Afrobeat artiste says he will bounce back shortly after losing all his new songs on a hard drive

Sensational Ghanaian vocalist Krymi has said that after the release of his hit song ”Party gbee” his career dipped because a hard drive containing his new songs crashed.

“I went to London to shoot a music video for a new song of mine but when I called the engineer he said his hard drive had crashed. I had about five songs with him I knew were good, but he told me his hard drive had crashed,” Krymi said on Asaase Radio’s Between Hours show on Wednesday (6 April).

“So, I went to Beatz Empire with whom I have about 30 songs to explain my predicament and I asked him to get ready so we work on my songs, but he also told me the hard drive with my songs had also crashed,” Krymi told the show host Naa Ashorkor.

“It didn’t make any sense to me. I sent the hard drive to London to be checked and they said some elements were burnt but the board wasn’t burnt,” the “Party Gbee” hitmaker said.

The fast rising artiste revealed that “this year I couldn’t do much. I had a lot of mishaps, I lost my dad and all of that and I had to be there for family. I wasn’t able to bring much out last year, I only released ‘Party gbee’.”

“My management and I are now making sure that we have good backup for my music” he said.


The Afrobeat artiste indicated that he sought for help from his mother and pastor during his predicaments.

“I knew my comeback had to be imminent. I knew good things were coming my way that’s why things were going that bad for me. I knew I had to do something about my predicaments so I turned to my mom and pastor for help because everything was happening at once and it didn’t make sense to me,” he said.

“So I spoke to God for answers. Don’t let the looks fool you, we are spiritual, I mean I started playing gigs in church, trust me I’m very spiritual,” he said.

Krymi added: “I’m looking forward to signing more endorsements to meet up the market. Wizkid and Chris Brown are the market, I want to work on myself so much that, companies will have no option than to need Krymi.”

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