Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah popularly known in showbiz circles as Bisa Kdei, has recently been criticized by some music producers and DJs for his comment on twitter which went viral and seemed inappropriate to them as well as some music lovers.
Responding to what his critiques had to say about his tweet on ‘Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra’ with Doctar Cann, he explained, “I had an interview couple of months ago where the host asked me about highlife and about my album and what I said on radio was that people should stop saying that highlife is dead but rather find ways to promote it more.
“Surprisingly, the same host who interviewed me a week after, published false news about me saying I asked Ghanaians to shut up because my career hasn’t collapsed and that was what led to me reacting with the tweet. If anyone found my tweet offensive then I humbly apologize. I do not have a grudge with anyone and it was just my point of view.”
He concluded by stating the fact that Ghanaian artistes are doing their best to put Ghana on the map hence, they need all the support from the media to help the industry propel.
Musically, Bisa Kdei has successful collaborations with top Ghanaian musicians. His collaborations so far are among the current hit songs trending in Ghana. Some of these Ghanaian musicians he has worked with include Sarkodie, D-Black, Efya, Obrafour, Kwaw Kese among others and has hit songs including Asew, Brother Brother, Mansa, Odo Carpenter and Baba to his credit. He is the first Ghanaian artiste to break into the limelight through a movie sound track.
Source: Justina Agbanavor