Bisa Kdei has got nothing but love, only love and his music to share with the world.
His calmness is one of the most noticeable things about him besides his fashion choices of course. Thus when KK Fosu called him a weak artiste the likely response was always going to be one of peace and love and that proved to be the case.
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Bisa who recently released his third album made these claims in a recent interview;
KK Fosu had attacked Bisa Kdei, saying he is a weak highlife artiste who wouldn’t have made it to the limelight if people like him still actively involved in the music industry. According to KK, the “Mansa” hitmaker has weak stagecraft and fears his (KK Fosu) brand hence wonders why he would continue being a highlife artiste. But in an interview with Adomonline’s Dennis Adu, Bisa Kdei eulogised KK, saying he respects him and didn’t expect that he will make such demeaning statements about him in public.
Asked what caused the feud between them, Bisa played down any such feud, insisting that he has no brawl with the “6 o’clock” song maker. According to Bisa, he would not hesitate to collaborate with KK Fosu. He noted that in the showbiz atmosphere there is no need to keep matters at heart. “I think KK Fosu is a legend. I don’t think he should say things like that on radio. I see him as a big brother. Calling me for competition is not necessary because I rate him among the Daddy Lumbas so I respect and love him…”, he said.
“It is not affecting me because everyone knows what he is doing. I am his junior brother and if anything he should call me. He can advise me but if he says things on radio like that then it means something else. I don’t have any issues with him…”, he added. Bisa Kdei has released his third album dubbed, ‘Highlife Konnect’, which has been described by many as “indigenous” and “contemporary”.
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The unveiling, which took place at the Airport Square in Accra, witnessed scores of industry players and other musicians who were all there to support the 2016 Highlife Artistes of the Year. Some of the artistes on the album include Sarkodie, Patoranking, Kumi Guitar, Yaa Yaa, Mayorkun, Reekado Banks, Zambia’s Oc Osilliation and Cameroonian Stanley Enow.