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I’m the king of kings of Ghanaian music; Sarkodie and others look up to me – Kwaw Kese

Prominent Ghanaian hiplife artist Kwaw Kese, Emmanuel Kofi Botchwey, has declared himself the “King of Kings” of Ghanaian music.

The self-described king of Ghanaian music, speaking in an exclusive interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, claimed to be the industry’s dominant force and said that well-known musicians like Sarkodie, Black Sherif, King Promise, and others look up to him.

Kwaw claims that the majority of secular musicians in Ghana, including the well-known rapper Sarkodie, draw inspiration from the compositions he has created over the years.

Known for his dynamic and genre-defying style, the multiple award-winning singer and songwriter feels he has made a name for himself in the Ghanaian music industry. He has always been a trendsetter, always pushing the envelope and questioning the status quo. His assurance is palpable as he asserts his dominance and implies that his impact goes beyond just making music.

“When it comes to Ghana music, I’m the King of Kings. It’s been 20 years, and my song is still number one. Which king again? We have the king of the dancehall, the king Sark, and all the other kings, but who is the king of all these people? I am the king. They all look up to me,” he boasted

The hitmaker of “Abodam” also hinted that he has already experienced and done whatever the current generation of artists is doing.

He continued by saying that because of his alleged cannabis use, people often compare him to crazy people. Rich and responsible, Kwaw Kese described him as “a beautiful madman.”

“I’m driving a nice car and dressing nice. I don’t eat from the gutters, my kids go to better schools, and I take care of my family,” he added.

Nonetheless, the well-known rapper claimed that he has given up smoking for health reasons and because of his advanced age.


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