Ghanaian rapper and singer, Elorm Adablah, popularly known as E.L. has spoken about what it takes for any of his fans to pose as his lookalike, as it has become the norm in the music industry.
The sound engineer and rapper is widely recognized as one of the tallest musicians in the entertainment industry and fans have been curious as to the absence of someone claiming to be E.L.’s look-alike especially when the likes of Fameye, King Promise, Medikal, Kuami Eugene and other stars have had their doppelgängers surface online.
Addressing this matter, E.L. himself has firmly stated that finding someone who resembles him would be challenging, particularly due to his height.
During an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye, the artist behind the award-winning song ‘Koko’ expressed that he is too tall for anyone to be considered his look-alike.
“As for me, I’m too tall for a look-alike. Nobody is as tall as me, so unless you find someone who matches my height, they can be my look-alike,” he remarked during his conversation.
In a candid interview with Sika Osei, E.L. who won the 2016 VGMA Artiste of the Year title opened up about his life outside of music and what it took him to go out of his comfort zone to deliver meals to private homes and offices.
“I loved it,” E.L said. “It’s a different world out there, and perception is everything, people perceive ‘You are delivering food today’ as some yawa thing but when you are actually out there and you do it, it’s a hustle and the secret to wealth creation is to have as many hustles as you can”Read Full Story