After all the controversies and issues of ill-health, prolific unique story telling Rapper Okomfo Kwadee seem to have settled down and back on his feet to churn out his kind of music to his fans and the world.
Okomfo Kwadee has just released a music video for his new single‘Fee Fee‘. The song produced by Red Eye of Nature Words studio is a typical heavy banging Hiplife tune which would get anyone nodding their head as you listen to his humorous punch lines.
The video for the new single was directed by Phamous People Philms Productions even complement the song in visualization. After many years of checking in and out of hospitals, Okomfo Kwadee may have lost a lot but he still holds tight to his talent, creativity and unique way of presenting his message.
In an interview with Adwoa Serwaa Bonsu of Graphic Showbiz Kwadee who is now under a new management team Black Stars Records stated emphatically that he back for good.
“In fact, I am not only back with a single but I promise to release at least one single each month till the end of this year. The video of the first one Fee Fee, will be shown on Metro TV, GTV and GhOne on Saturday, March 1.
“Fee Fee, a usual Kwadee folklore story style will be followed by Low and High, and a Dancehall song in mid-March. Another one featuring Kwaw Kese, De Kan will join the train and the list goes on and on.”
Asked if he will be able to match up with all the new genre of music currently in the system after being off the radar for a long while, Kwadee said: ‘I am Lord of my own style. When I first came out in 2001, hiplife was already in the system but I was well accepted so I will not have problems at all. I don’t follow the crowd. All I have to say is that people should just watch out for me. After all, Saturday is not far away.”
Watch video for Kwadee's new single "Fee fee":
On why he has been playing ‘hide and seek’ with his fans, Kwadee said, he had been ready to come out a long time ago but had problems with management.
“Yes, I have been missing not because I am a spent force as some people have been saying. I even heard I was dead; I was mad and had been hospitalized. I decided to keep quiet and allow all the rumours to die out. I was ready but had management issues but that has been sorted out and I think the time is now right to move on from where I left off.
“I am here to stay and going nowhere. I am back to push Ghana music to another level. It is going to be bigger than before.” Touching on his mental condition, Kwadee said: “People said I was mad and I have been hospitalized for doing drugs. That is not true. I am not a drug addict. I admit I was seeing a doctor for stress-related issues but I didn't go mad.
“I doubt if I would have been able to do music if I had mental challenges. I have loads of songs. What I have to do now is to shoot videos and put them out there for my fans. Saturday is just around the corner and my music will speak for me.”
Kwadee who said he missed his fans, thanked them for being there for him all this while. “I want to thank Ghanaians for their continous support. Keep supporting me as you did in the beginning. God bless everybody. I thank you all for being appreciative”, Kwadee told Graphic Showbiz.
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