After four years of receiving Christ, TV3 Mentor Four winner, Kesse, has disclosed he feels like going back to the world but his promise to God won’t allow him even if he wants.
According to Graphic Showbiz, Kesse said he doesn’t receive calls to play his Christian songs.
“Becoming a born-again Christian hasn’t been easy, particularly since my secular engagements have stopped. Sometimes I want to return to the world, but a pledge to God prevents me
“I’ve accepted that being a child of God won’t be all roses,” he remarked.
“Every sincere believer has problems, but there’s always a way out,” the artist remarked to motivate himself. You won’t suffer forever.
“The beginning may be rough, but the conclusion counts, and I don’t regret knowing God.
“Nope. I had to ditch pals who would get me into trouble so I could concentrate on God’s job, he said.
The 2012 VGMA Male Vocalist of the Year emphasized that his main concentration is now Christ.
Some secular artists who became Christians and published Gospel tunes flopped. My Gospel music career isn’t my emphasis.
The 2007 winner of TV3’s Mentor said, “Finding Christ is my biggest delight.”
Kesse, whose full name is Michael Kesse Frimpong, is an instrumentalist and vocal leader in Accra.
Kesse became famous with his 2012 Reggae-Dancehall track “Oh Yes”. Runner-up in Season 2 of Project Fame West Africa.