Former contestant for TV3 mentor Kese has called on Ghanaian DJ’s to continue playing his songs but added that he won’t perform them when he is called for a show.
Last week, the “Oh Yes” hitmaker announced that he is switching from secular music to do full-time gospel a move many have described as a way to get his dying musical career back on track since he has been out for long.
Speaking with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, he noted that there was nothing bad with hiplife or secular music as a whole, but he believes that he is now switching he is putting everything he did in the past behind him and rather concentrate on his new task that is why he won’t perform his old songs again.
When Andy Dosty asked him if he would perform the song he (Andy Dosty) recorded with him titled “All I Want” ever again, the one-time TV3 Mentor winner gave an emphatic yes answer.
On why he would perform that song, he revealed that the song is an inspirational song and not a profane song.