‘Akonta’ hitmaker, Kofi Nti has shared some fond memories of the late Daasebre Gyamenah five years-on after his unfortunate demise.
Talking to Amansan Krakye on the Kastle Entertainment Show, Kofi Nti said he used to play a lot of shows with Daasebre so he’s extremely sad that he’s no more existing.
“I’m really sad to be remembering Daasebre after five years of his demise because I used to play a lot of shows with him at Obuasi and a lot of places,” he remarked on Kastle FM.
“Whenever he saw me we used to chat, laugh and whichever money I was entitled to he made sure I wasn’t cheated so he was such a nice person,” he continued.
He added “My big brother Daasebre was really a good human being because even when I’m not around he takes my money on my behalf and gives it to me when I show up”.
Daasebre Gyamenah was a Ghanaian Highlife musician who became very popular for his hit song ‘Kokooko’ which featured Lord Kenya in 1999.
His death in 2016 came as a shock to many music lovers after he spent some months in prison due to his arrest at the Heathrow airport when his luggage was found to have contained cocaine.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)