Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review the ‘Boys Abr3’ crooner said the lyrics for the song were inspired by the hardship most Ghanaians go through.
Guru said as a musician one of the roles he can play in society is to put the things going on around him into his music.
“As a musician, I make songs based on people and what they have gone through and what is going around us. Initially because there was no video to my song people started getting the whole idea twisted even in terms of the spelling and all that but now the official video is out so the whole judgment of the song and the dance, it is well explained in the video.”
Indeed there is a unique ‘Akayida’ dance that goes with the song. Though the dance originated from the streets early this year, Ghanaian musicians like Guru and Shatta Wale gave it more exposure. Unlike ‘Azonto’, ‘Akayida’ has rather very relaxed moves which Guru says depicts a person who is tired.