Ghanaian singer, a former contestant for TV3 mentor and MTN Project Fame, Kesse some few days ago ended his circular music career to pursue gospel music and it really shocked many while others described it as a way to get his dying musical career back on track since he has been out for long.
Well, after ditching highlife to pursue gospel music, the talented singer has made a call on Ghanaian DJ’s to continue playing his songs adding that he won’t perform them when he is called for a show.
Speaking with Andy Dosty in an interview on Accra-based Hitz FM, the “Oh Yes” hitmaker noted that there was nothing bad with hiplife or secular music as a whole, but his belief and attention now is the switch he has made.
According to him, he is putting everything he did in the past behind him and rather concentrate on his new task that is why he won’t perform his old songs again.
When he was asked by Andy Dosty whether he would perform the song he (Andy Dosty) recorded with him titled “All I Want” ever again, the one-time TV3 Mentor winner was quick to say yes.
On why he would perform that song, he revealed that the song is an inspirational song and not a profane song.
Kesse who’s well-known for his soothing voice became the favourite of lovers of love songs when he released “Oh Yes” song somewhere 2011. Afterwards, he went on to collaborate with almost all the A-list artists at the time not excluding the likes of Sarkodie, Castro, D Black, among others.