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I was a ‘studio rat’, I’ve been ‘underground’ for over 15 years – King Paluta

King Paluta’s songs have captured the attention of music lovers for a long time. There is a story behind his rise to fame, a journey that saw him stay “underground” for more than fifteen years, but his catalogue is undoubtedly contributing to his growing fan base.


King Paluta claimed in an interview on The Delay Show that he wrote his first song in 2004, but he actually started writing professionally in 2007 after rapper Asem released the contentious hit song “Give Me Blow.”


King Paluta, who identified as a “studio rat” and claimed to be utterly dedicated to the musical creation process, disclosed that he had occasionally spent the night in the studio for a variety of reasons.

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He stated in the interview that was broadcast on March 23, 2024, “I cleaned the place, had gifts from people that visited, and slept in the recording studio.” “The last time I slept there, I was probably fourteen or fifteen years old.”


Studios were commonplace after Asem released that song. Additionally, a few of us lacked the funds for studio sessions. My skills included recording, producing music, and programming. I knew I might not get the chance again at some point in the future. We also had to work harder because we could not afford studio sessions.”

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“My releases lacked consistency. I recorded my videos and officially began releasing songs in 2015. “Failed promises led me to do all of these,” he continued.


Paluta has become a well-known musician in the present, and his songs are receiving a lot of views. His discography includes songs like “Aha Akye,” which features Samini, “Sika Aba Fie,” “YaHitte,” and “Aseda.”


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