- Lord Kenya believes no musician has broken his record in Africa
- Kenya said he pulled stage crowd more than what Shatta Wale is doing today
Former 'Rap Heavywieght Champion', Abraham Philip Kojo Akpor, better known as Lord Kenya, has disclosed that he is not jealous about crowds being pulled at concerts by recent Ghanaian musicians such as Shatta Wale.
According to the rap legend now turned a preacher, there is no musician in Ghana and Africa who can break his musical records and history.
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Speaking to Adom TV on Thursday, Evangelist Lord Kenya disclosed that there will never be any talented Ghanaian musician like him.
Kenya in his conversation insisted that he has seen it all in music circles, and pulled massive crowds during his heyday than what musicians are doing today.
“I’m not jealous at all when I see young musicians brag about their ability to wow the crowd, because my record is yet to be broken in Ghana and on the continent,” Lord Kenya said.
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The ‘Sika Baa’ hitmaker revealed that no Ghanaian musician will come close to his level of stage performance at concerts, since he was a chain-smoker and took drugs to enhance his musical performances
Lord Kenya who is now the minister of the gospel, became born-again, gave up his music career and turned to Christ, and has since not looked back.
Evangelist Lord Kenya is now the leader of Jesus Power Church in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi.
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