Music producer, Kaywa, has revealed that from all the artists he has produced and mentored, hip-life duo Keche always comes back to show gratitude.
Kaywa believes the group has excelled in their craft over the years and credits their humility for their success
Kaywa told Becky on E vibes that “among many who have come out from me, I can say that one hundred percent, Keche are always back to say thank you. There are many I’ve taught including sound engineers, artises and many others but Keche always comes back to say we appreciate what you did for us.”
Kaywa added that his goal is not only to sign talents but look beyond just talent.
“I don’t sign talents but I sign people who are passionate about what they do, it got to a point they were not even thinking about music, they were just thinking of how to help me to grow, they supported me one hundred percent. I mean these two, that is the first thing I found around them and I just knew that the future is very bright and today we are here.”
Born David Kojo Kyei, is a music producer, sound engineer, and an ordained man of God. His signature tune, ‘I no know what I go talk oo…Ka sɛ Kaywa’ has been heard in many hit songs in Ghana.
He won sound Engineer of the year at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).He has produced popular works such as Olofofo by Castro, Bibini Ba by Kwabena Kwabena, Niger Bebe by Ruff n Smooth, Kolom and Ma Girl both by Buk Bak, Onyame Nhyira by Sarkodie, Samini’s Where My Baby Dey , Asem’s Bye Bye, Diana Hamilton’s Wasem and many others.
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