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I’m still relevant that’s why media houses always call me for interviews – Kwaw Kese brags
Popular Hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kese has refuted suggestions that he’s no longer relevant in the Ghana music scene.
The multiple award-winning artiste speaking to Amansan Krakye said he’s still relevant that’s why media platforms invite him for interview.
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“I have never faded as an artiste in the Ghana music scene and I will never fade away,” he responded on the Kastle Entertainment Show.
He fumed “If I’m no more relevant or I have faded like you won’t even call to interview me on your radio station”.
Kwaw Kese popularly called Abodam used the opportunity to chastise those who claim he’s gradually fading away in the music scene.
“Ghanaians we like doing concert too much and we like talking about unnecessary things,” he angrily remarked on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.
He continued “Anyone that says that Kwaw Kese is no longer relevant is not truthful cos me I don’t believe in that thing”.
Emmanuel Kofi Botwe known by his stage name Kwaw Kese is well known for his hit album in 2007 which won five awards at 2008 Ghana Music Awards.
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Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)