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 Ghanaian highlife musician, eShun, says contrary to the popular saying “all men are dogs”, not all men are the same therefore ex-lovers should desist from the habit of “insulting” each other when a romantic relationship goes sour.

Born Ethel Esi Eshun, the beautiful songstress, who was nominated in the Unsung Artist of the year category at the 2017 Ghana Music Awards, said men and women are uniquely different in attitude and handle issues differently especially when it comes to romantic relationship with the opposite sex.

Speaking on News Extra on GHOne last Friday concerning her brand new release “Someone Loves Me” featuring Flowking
Stone, which was released a week ago, eShun explained that “all men are dogs” are commonly used by ladies whose hearts have been broken or betrayed by love.

According to her, such situations, though frustrating and disappointing could be a golden opportunity for the disappointed lady to start afresh and have someone love her just the way she is; hence, her motivation to compose the song “Someone Loves Me”.

She opined that at a point in time, everyone may have an ex-lover, even though some people may be fortunate to have their first relationship work for them through to marriage.

“The song actually is about everybody at a point in time will have an ex(lover) if you don’t have now. However, it is always a woman’s dream to get married and settle down.”

“With some of us, you know we go into a relationship and for the first time it works and you get to marry the first person you date. But sometimes it doesn’t happen like that; you get heart-broken and a whole lot of issues come up.”

“So this song is for that man, that woman who loves you and a celebration of a new person who comes to love you.”

“When such things happen, they go like all men are the same, all women are the same, No! Not all men are dogs and all women are also not the same. This song comes to assure all the broken hearted that things will get better,” eShun stated confidently.

She hoped that her new song, which is "strictly highlife", will bring comfort to all ladies and men, who find themselves in a broken-hearted situation, believing
that they will get the exact person to love them, appreciate them and make them feel special.

eShun recently shared a stage with highlife legends Daddy Lumba, Amakye Dede and Congolese highlife King, Kanda Bongoman at the just ended Vodafone African Legends Night, where she delivered impressive stage performances to patrons.

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