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I can’t sing songs that are written by other people – KK Fosu

KK Fosu, real name Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, is a hip-hop singer and songwriter from Ghana. He has stated that he is unable to sing lyrics written by another person.


In an exclusive interview with Andy Dosty of Hitz FM on Thursday, February 29, 2024, the hitmaker of “Suudwe” revealed that he rewrites song lyrics to fit his writing style whenever they are written for him.

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“I cannot sing a song that somebody has written for me; I do not know how to do that,” the well-known crooner said. I have to edit it to reflect my development, even as you write it. If I do not think your song is good, I will make sure to arrange it for you.


The celebrated artist went on to refute rumours that Paa Kwesi Dobble composed the lyrics to his song Oga during his feud with Samini (previously known as Batman) a few years ago.

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The song “Oga,” in his opinion, was not even intended as a response to Samini.


Can you compose my song for me, then, when you agree to an interview and say you wrote Oga? Please take a seat in front of me, double paa kwesi. He stated.


KK Fosu continued by claiming that he was the one who started the fan army tradition in the Ghanaian music business.

“Inquire about D camp. I initiated this conversation about nation-nation,” he said.


The songwriter continued by pleading with Ghanaians to support up-and-coming musicians so they can survive in the music business.


“I do not want the likes of Kelvyn Boy and Kwame Eugene to suffer the same fate that some people did to me. To help them survive in the music business, let us spoil them,” he emphasised.


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