We refused to sell “No dulling” hit song to a major political party for huge amount – Keche reveals
Keche Andrew, a member of “No dulling” hitmaker group, Keche has revealed that a political party made them an offer to use their song to campaign ahead of the elections but they refused the proposal.
“We weren’t seen on any political party campaign because we’re not interested. Our record label was even contacted by one of the major political parties to use our hit song no dulling for their campaign at a huge cost but we refused,” he revealed.
Born Andrew Kofi Cudjoe, Keche Andrew is the group member with the silky singing voice disclosed to Kastle FM’s Amansan Krakye that Ghanaians are yet to really understand what politics entails.
He stated on Kastle FM that “You see in Ghana we’ve not grown yet to really understand politics. Ghana is such that when you are born into a family, you support the political party of your parents so when the party is doing well or not they still support the party.
Keche Andrew told Amansan Krakye on Kastle Drive that “But outside Ghana you realize that in the developed world they ask critical questions as to who can deliver just look at what happened to Trump. Whoever I support is in my mind and if you go to endorse one political party, tomorrow you might lose a lot of deals.”
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)