Daasebre saved my music career- Okyeame Kwame

Jul 29, 2016 at 1:23pm

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Hip-life musician- Okyeame Kwame
Rap Doctor, Okyeame Kwame says the late Daasebre Gyamenah saved his music career by agreeing to feature on his song, "Kokoko" when he [Okyeame Kwame] returned from the US.

According to him, the late Daasebre didn't hesitate to do so even though he was the hottest artiste at that time.

Speaking on HitzFM's "Music Box" with host, Andy Dosty, OK as he's sometimes called described Daasebre as one who was gifted with exceptional song writing skills and unmatched humility to go with.

"Daasebre was the hottest artiste in the system when I returned from the US and I asked him to feature on my song, "Kokoko".When I got to the studio [a few minutes to the appointed time], he had already been there two hours ago. By the time I returned from the US, my career was dead, but Daasebre saved me.

"I will remember him for his song writing skills and he always likes to keep to his corner," the "Small small" hitsinger said.

Daasebre died the early hours of Friday, 29th July at the 37 Military hospital after a short illness.

Even though he's a Muslim, his family, after deliberations, have agreed to wait for a while before his burial, according to his elder brother who spoke on HitzFM. His Muslim name is Abukari Sadiq and his real name is Augustine Kwadwo Gyamenah. He left behind a wife and four children.

Until his demise, Ahuofe was working at bouncing back onto the music scene as he released a new album last year called "Yenfii ta" which had the song, "Woso mame".





Source: Ghana/Ourblurbonline.com/Patrick Teye Dasinor



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