Ghanaian highlife artiste, Daasebre Dwamenah, has expressed his interest in bouncing back on the music scene after releasing a new single, ‘Yenfii Ta’.
He noted that to achieve this, there is the need for him to come up with a strategy that would launch is “dead” career. Daasebre, further noted, that he is of the believe that a collaboration with his old friend, Ofori Amponsah would bring both of them some good fate.
“Ofori is good at highlife and writing good songs so I think merging with him would be great. We wanted to do collaboration before he became a pastor and my cocaine case also happened,” Daasebre revealed.
On why he thinks his old friend, Ofori Amponsah is the best to launch his career, he noted that , the multiple award-winning highlife artiste is one of the few who sympathized with him when he got involved in the “cocaine scandal”, adding that “Ofori Amponsah even wept for him”.
Speaking in an interview with Anita Erskine on the Starr Drive Thursday, Ahuofe Dwamenah said his prison experience has made him realise the supremacy of God’s power hence his decision to serve him better.
Known in his private life as Abubakar Siddiq, Daasebre, more commonly known for his 2004 with his hit song “KOKOOKO”, gave some of his fans and the Ghanaian public a shock when news came in that he had been arrested at the Heathrow airport in London for possession of drugs (cocaine).He served an eleven month jail term and came out with a diploma in IT and Mathematics.
Amponsah, on the other hand quit music to become a full-time Pastor at the Holy Grounds Sanctuary has recently staged a comeback into the music industry. He recently announced his return with a Highlife song ‘Alewa’ featuring rapper Sarkodie.