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Video: I use to sell charcoal, Gari for survival – “Butta my bread” hitmaker, Jzyno reveals

Award winning Ghana based Liberian Afropop sensation, Jonathan Lee Pratt, popularly known as “JZyNo” has diged deep into his grass to grace story.

Speaking in an interview with Sammy Kay, the “Butta my bread” hitmaker revealed that coming from Liberia, a country where war had derailed the brighter future and opportunity for young people. He had no option than to come Ghana to seek a better life.

According to him, at the time he was in Liberia, he sold charcoal, gari and others to survive on the hustling field.

But, added that despite, having being in Ghana since 2015 to start his music career, he had his first hit song in 2019 when he returned to Monrovia.

Glory be to God, Jzyno has created a buzz in the music industry and captured the awareness of listeners with his breakthrough hit single “Butta My Bread.”

Jzyno and Lasmid

The brand-new Jzyno song “Butta My Bread (Butter My Bread)” is not just any tune; it’s a special kind that is instantly topping the charts.

He collaborated with award-winning vocalist Lasmid, a very skilled and well-known musician, who gave another surprising element to the fantastic song “Butter My Bread”.

The song is a cherishing and expertly composed tune, which follows numerous and other exceptional songs made so far and adds to his incredible catalogue.

Watch JZyNo’s full interview with Sammy Kay below:

Source: sammykaymedia.com

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