Former Big Brother Africa participant, Kwaku T has revealed that the reality TV show was both good and bad. He said that on the good side, the show got him recognition in Africa.
He added that the show gave him an insight and a spotlight in the African market and that was just about it. On the negative side, he bemoaned the fact that people had misconceptions about the whole show stating that he did not make any money on the show.
He said that the only person that came out of the competition with any money was the eventual winner of the Reality TV Show.
The Ghanaian who is based in South Africa and working as a presenter and artiste revealed that South Africa had more organization than his home country, Ghana. He indicated that the infrastructure in South Africa was an impetus to help his career flourish unlike the infrastructure available in Ghana.
Talking about his music career, the highlife artiste indicated that he had been singing ever since he was 12 years old and he believed to be one of the best acts in the category. He added that he breathed life into the music industry.
Known in real life as Kwaku Tutu, the artiste bemoaned the fact that having a bad management team could be the undoing of any artiste in the music industry or any other industry for that matter.
He said that unlike our South African counterparts, Ghanaians were slow and wanted people to take the initiative before they followed. He added that to be a successful person, you had to do what everyone was afraid to do; that is to think outside the box and endeavor to be unique.
He said that Ghanaians were not forceful in terms of helping to push and promote Ghanaian music in other countries. He said we did not have to get too comfortable when success starts coming our way.
He commented on fellow former housemate Comedian DKB and said he had potential to dominate the filed he found himself in.
Kwaku T represented Ghana in the 2007 edition of the Reality TV Show which was held in South Africa.
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