- The highlife musician spoke of how he had to keep going through other means other than music
- Fosu hopes to be one of the wealthiest entertainers in Ghana in the next five years through player management
Highlife musician, KK Fosu says he has investments in football that will soon make him one of the richest entertainers in Ghana. The artiste revealed that he went into player management sometime ago and believes this will make him wealthy within 5 years.
KK Fosu was part of a trio of young musicians who excited Ghanaian audience during the early 2000s. They comprised Kokoveli, Batman (now Samini) and Fosu, himself. The group split up about 15 years ago and each decided to go their own way.
Fosu's fortunes in music have not been favourable as compared to former group-mate, Samini. But KK Fosu is relentless and has found new ways to keep going.
The “Anadwo ye d3” hit maker says he has players in Europe and Asia whom with time, will become great assets and make him a lot of money.
MyNewsGH.com reports that while speaking to SunCity Radio, Fosu said:
“I went outside the country. I went into football management. I manage footballers; I have footballers outside the country. I nurture them. I am doing some courses on football management. You cannot do one thing at a time…so now I am back to do music fully. I have players in Europe, Asia.
"My investment in football will make me one of the richest artistes in Ghana in the next five (5) to ten (10) years. I started doing this in 2002. Ask Sly Tetteh and he will testify. I kept this from the public eye”.
KK Fosu was not reluctant to touch on music, speaking about what it has done for him and the current state of affairs:
“It is funny when people say music doesn’t pay. People hate the truth in Ghana. And many people do not want to learn. The Ghanaian music industry is moving forward. The killing of talents is our problem. We have so many talents but we need to treat them well.”
The musician and player manager added:
“I have made a lot. Music has helped me. I will be a liar if I tell you that music has not helped me. I have been able to take care of my wife and children all because of music.
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