Controversial Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese has called on the government to adopt his 'Dondo' song as a National song.
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According to the 'Bottles' hitmaker in his 'Dondo' song if accepted by as a national song can be used to promote tourism.
In an interview on 3FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kwaw Kese stated that Dondo as a musical instrument, has been part of our culture and he making a great song out of it was a way he promoted Ghana’s culture in his own way.
”The thing with Dondo and Ghana is like a vulture and the dumpsite. Ghanaians are used to ‘Dondo’. Growing up, the weddings in the Zongos were dominated by Dondo,” the rapper known in real life as Emmanuel Botchwey said.
He added that the local instrument can be found everywhere in the country even in churches.
“Recently the President was in the North and they were playing ‘Dondo’ for him and he was dancing. I think Ghana should adopt the ‘Dondo’ song as a National Asset that we can use to promote tourism,” Kwaw Kese noted.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kwaw Kese has reacted after he was stoned with bottles at Shatta Wale’s Wonder Boy concert.
He said he would name his new song bottles after the incident - Kese had incurred the wrath of the crowd when he mounted the stage uninvited.
He had earlier attacked Shatta Wale and his fans have been angry with him long ago
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