- Bisa Kdei has said it is not normal to rate him with the likes of KiDi and Kuami Eugene
- The Baba singer was speaking in a Facebook Live interview when he made the comment
- He added that he was way ahead of the above-mentioned names and paved the way for highlife music in Ghana
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Mansa hitmaker, Bisa Kdei, has said one should not say that he would feel threatened by the likes of Kuami Eugene and KiDi who are making hit songs in the industry.
While speaking in an interview with DJ Mac on kysfmonline, Bisa Kdei responded to a question about being threatened by the names above and said it was just the ''wrong choice of words''.
Bisa Kdei tagged Kuami Eugene and KiDi as the young ones, an indication that it would not be so cool to associate him with them since he could be considered as a veteran highlife artiste.
“Whenever somebody says that, I try to correct them. We shouldn’t try to create confusion between people that have been there before and the young ones.
When I became famous, what I started preaching was that the young ones would also do highlife so we would project the image of highlife to the next level,” Bisa opined.
The Samina singer added: “Let’s not try to create confusion between the artistes, we should rather try to unite the artistes so that we can push our music just like the way Nigeria, Congo, and Cote d’Ivoire are doing.”
The Brother Brother singer was speaking in a Facebook Live interview when he was posed with the question about KiDi, King Promise, and Kuami Eugene.
Bisa Kdei then went on to say he was very much appreciative of the fact that those coming up after him have also taken up the mantle of highlife and are raising the flag of Ghana high.
He said he was very supportive of the above-mentioned stars and really respected their craft and the gains they had made so far in this challenging music industry.
In looking at the other side of life, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Ghanaian comedian, social media influencer, and actor Derick Kobina Bonney, known widely as DKB, has sent a word of caution to women in general following the death of Nicole Thea.
DKB, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, took a strong swipe at the late YouTube and Instagram dancing star, Nicole Thea, who died alongside her unborn baby in the United Kingdom.
According to the popular comedian, the 24-year-old lady's demise should serve as a warning and lesson to ladies, especially the pregnant ones, who are in the habit of flaunting their unborn babies even before they give birth.
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