Awuah-Mainoo Gabriel

A.M. Gabriel popular known as "the lyricist extraordinaire" is a poet, playwright, lyricist as well as a tennis professional. He hails from the heart of Ghana, In the Greater Accra region. Most of his writings have appeared in most prestigious
literary magazines, websites and journals. There is no doubt he is a lyric specialist because his artistic prowess in writing is highly remarkable.
He prepares words for the soul ranging from, reggae, jazz, soul music, blues, hip hop, country, oldies, spoken word and anything that relieves the spirit and soul.
Bring it on folk; if you got the beat, he's got the lyrics.

 
You don't control time, ages and years. Human beings a all passengers on the wheels of season, hence time shouldn't be man's friend.
An African child singing through a horrible perspective of the gory and inhuman actions he has seen during the days of slavery, which he has come to accept the fact that despite whatever be the case whether good or bad; things must be gladly embraced on the land of birth. This boy depicts the heroic attitude of Africans.
Sometimes when man seeks peace things turn around and turns man into pieces. Coined words, 'so called' omissions, and grammatical errors were consciously employed in this work to create humorous effects.
You see that feeling, when you try so hard to hold your tears from falling and then a sudden mocking memory rushes them out of the eyes. This wordings can be interpreted in so many ways.