Song takes inspirations from the Legendary Amakye Dede’s top classic, To Be A Man, but this time to empower women with an instant appealing chorus “To be a woman, matter ooo”
Women are faced with daily societal ordeals and comes under attacks from their physic, appearance, social status and many others offloaded in the song. Okyeame Kwame, Sista Afia, and Abochi reason with listeners on a sermon to be appreciative, respect and encourage women to the apex.
Memorable of the lyrics is Sista Afia’s verse “enough is enough, independence came for everyone and henceforth ladies won’t be slaves no more”.
Choice of words, vocals and sound makes composition a timely classic and resonates with its objective of empowerment while entertaining the many.