Ghanaian alternative rapper, Pure Akan has advocated for the broadcasting of sexual tunes like KiDi’s “Touch It” to be banned.

Such songs, he claims, are inappropriate for children’s consumption since they include explicit messages and innuendoes.

Pure Akan said the agency in charge of regulating explicit material and songs on the radios needs to be up and running to ensure that songs with 18+ messages are banned in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM.

Pure Akan, on the other hand, believes that the themes included in songs like KiDi’s “Touch It” are designed for a specific group of people, which is why they need to be regulated.

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