I didn’t release ‘I Lied’ for jams, it’s just an honest song – KiDi
Ghanaian Hiplife artiste, KiDi, has revealed that his latest hit single, “I Lied,” holds a deeper, more personal meaning for him and was not released solely for entertainment purposes.
In an interview on Y 107.9 FM’s “Dryve of Your Lyfe,” KiDi explained that the song reflects his own emotions and struggles.
The lyrics of “I Lied” speak about not deceiving others but admitting that he lied about his well-being by pretending to be okay when he wasn’t.
The essence of the song revolves around this internal conflict and the desire to be truthful despite putting on a façade.
KiDi emphasized that the track aims to connect with his audience on a deeper level, resonating with them emotionally and mentally.
Unlike his previous releases, the purpose of “I Lied” is not just for mainstream popularity but for a more profound, personal connection with his listeners.
The artiste clarified that the song’s honesty and relatability were of utmost importance, and as such, he had a different approach to its promotion.
It wasn’t about creating a massive commercial buzz but about reaching the hearts of those who could identify with the struggles depicted in the song.
Earlier this year, KiDi faced unfounded rumors about health complications after he called off his US tour. He was expected to perform in several cities in the US and Canada.
However, he later revealed that the decision was due to some health issues, without elaborating, leading to speculations and rumors, including some claiming he had suffered a stroke.
Lynx Entertainment’s Richie Mensah debunked these rumors, stating that they were being used for clickbait purposes.