Stephanie Benson tells a powerful story with “Go To Girl” visual

Ghanaian singer, songwriter and global trotter Stephanie Benson has released the visual for her beautiful yet powerful and educative masterpiece, titled “Go To Girl.”

Stephanie Benson tells a powerful story with “Go To Girl visual

Produced by Ephraim Beats, the song and its visual reminds and empowers ladies to realize life has so much more to offer than physically enhanced beauty.

Directed by Valentine, the visual portrays how most women lay their lives for their partners but only to realise they have been taken for granted. This song and the visual says enough is enough.

Last year, the UK-based Ghanaian afro-pop songstress told Ghanaian women to enter into relationships as independent women and stop relying on men for support.

According to the “One More” singer, men tend to disrespect women who enter relationships with nothing and try to rely solely on the man for everything.


“If you are looking for a lifetime partner or husband who will be good for you, you need to go into that relationship with some self-respect,” she said. “Some girls always beg for support in relationships and if this goes on, men will struggle to have respect for you.”

“So, it’s imperative that you go into a relationship with something. You should be an independent woman. That way, when the man realises, he will show you more respect. It’s very bad to always rely on your man.”

Stephanie Benson also blamed African parents for giving wrong advice and grooming to their daughters.

“Some of the advice from our parents isn’t helping. They always push their daughters to go get a man who will bring money home.”

“Find a job to do, it doesn’t matter what kind of job. Don’t expect him to start a business for you, it’s not his job. Some women do tell me that their men buy them houses and establish businesses for them but later threaten to take back everything. It’s shameful. Ladies need to stop this,” she added.


Watch “Go To Girl” visual below.


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