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I deserve to be honoured by government for my contribution to the music industry – Kwaw Kese

Ghanaian hiplife artist Kwaw Kese, a multiple award winner, has stated that the government should acknowledge him for his important contributions to the country’s music industry.

Kwaw Kese, better known by his stage name Abodam, feels that his inventiveness and musical talent have made a lasting impression on the industry during the course of his two-decade career.


Kwaw Kese, who is well-known for his adaptable musical style that skillfully combines many genres, claimed to have influenced the music industry in addition to providing entertainment. He has constantly produced hit songs that appeal to a wide range of listeners, displaying his lyrical skill and distinct sound.

In addition to his artistic contributions, Kwaw Kese has addressed important issues facing the music industry and acted as an advocate for the welfare and rights of musicians.
The “Awoyo Sofo” hitmaker stated he has not gotten enough flowers for his contributions to the music industry in an exclusive interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, stressing the need for him to be honoured nationally.


“I have been in the industry for 20 years; this year is my 20th year in the industry, and it has been a back-to-back thing. From releasing hit songs and bangers to performances yh I feel good. For ‘flowers’ I haven’t received enough, but to myself, I’m proud of myself,” he said.
Asked what he expects, the crooner said, ”I expect a lot, but you can’t have everything. I believe I deserve to be honoured nationally by the government. You know, when we came to the scene, it wasn’t the same as what we are seeing now. I came in and I changed everything. So I believe I deserve to be honoured officially.”
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