I will never accept that I’m fading – Bisa Kdei

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Bisa Kdei

Some section of Ghanaians are of the opinion that highlife artiste Bisa Kdei, relevance in the music industry is gradually diminishing after producing hit songs like “Mansa, Odo Carpenter and “Brother Brother” two years ago.

Alot even questioned his stage performance rating him low most times but that doesn\’t discourage him but one may ask why has he not produce another hit these days.
But an interview with \’Amansan Krakye\’ on Cape Coast-based Radio Central Bisa, talked about his career so far, saying he is still relevant in the industry and sometimes get pissed-off when people say he’s fading.
Read below what he said;
Ghanaians should stop saying that, it’s not a good thing to compare new artistes to old ones. Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede have been there for all these years, did they face the same problem during their time, some of them haven’t released songs but they play shows. I’m doing my part to push High Life, it took me two years to come up with my new album (High Life Konnect) so I will never accept that I’m fading.”
Born Ronald Kweku Dei Appiah but popularly called Bisa Kdei, begins his music journey as a rapper in a group called BISA which stands for Boys In Serious Action but later went on a solo project when he found out he could do better in singing.
Bisa has other songs like Hammer, Pimpinaa with Obrafour, Asew, Azonto ghost, Apae, Jwe, Metanfo, 6 Strings featuring Samini etc.
Source: sirkenngh.com

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SIR KENN is an on-air personality and a blogger.

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