Okyeame Kwame’s Reaction To K.K Fosu ‘Insults’ Shocks Fans


okyeame kwameOkyeame Kwame on July 7, 2016 released his much anticipated Gospel Song titled “Hallelujah” confirming his position as Ghana’s most Versatile and Decent Rapper.

Since it’s release the song has received rave reviews with many commentators commending the rapper for his lyrical prowess, wonderful production value and the beauty of the music video.

Sammy Flex, host of AM Pluzz on Pluzz FM asked Okyeame Kwame the motive behind the gospel song to which Okyeame responded that the song is in thanks and praise to God for the considerable amount of blessings he has received and to inspire and motivate the youth to keep the faith regardless of the challenges they face.

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Sammy Flex in his bid to enquire about some comments made by KK Fosu, Okyeame cut him short saying “I want to take this opportunity to apologize on behalf of KK Fosu because I have heard a lot of insults have been rained on him online and on radio. No matter what he said, I believe insulting him is not the way to go. We need unity in the industry to develop. So my fans please, forgive KK Fosu”.

After Okyeame Kwame comments on K.K Fosu’s comments that his career is dead, many who were expecting Rap Dacta to also throw shots at him were surprised.

Into other matters, Okyeame Kwame narrated how he met Abochi. “Someone came to my studio for me to help. When I heard Abochi’s singing and production style, I asked that they bring him to me. He is a really talented young man, he plays the piano, produces, mixes and masters as well. Due to his extreme talent he has been signed onto the One Mic Label”

“To my fans, thank you for holding me down over the years and for your faith in me. I promise to give you more of what you expect in the coming days.”