The track was produced by Kwaku Merki and opens the forthcoming EP, slated to drop early next year.
“Making music is the only way I’m able to talk about things or situations I’ve been dealing with or struggling to get over,” the musician said about the inspiration of the record. “On this song, I talked generally about how people get affected in the absence of someone they love or cherish in their hearts — a situation I can personally relate to.”
Touching on the creative partnership on the song, Kofi Mole lauded the SarkCess honcho’s talent and his “ability to put more light on a concept of a song.” Mole was among emerging rappers who joined Sarkodie on ‘Biibi Ba,’ the widely popular joint that properly put Mole on notice. “It’s absolutely a great feeling working with him and the verse he put on ‘Makoma’ is one of my favourite Sarkodie verses,” Mole submitted.
On Bosom P-Yung, Mole said: “From his lyrics, I can tell he’s ever been heartbroken, or he’s ever been in a situation closer to that. I like his unique vocal style and his choice of words too, making him appropriate for ‘Makoma’.
With ‘Makoma,’ Kofi Mole hopes to have fashioned a whoever is lovelorn or is in need of love-related healing. “Makoma is also meant for everyone; the young, old, single or in a relationship,” Mole said.
Born Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, Kofi Mole is signed to N.G.A. He’s a 2019 3Music Award and VGMA hip-hop song of the year winner and his other collections are the EPs No Gentlemen Allowed and Aposor Love.
Listen to the song below: