Okomfour Kwaadee singer burst onto the music scene with his breakout remake song Kwaadee,” an ear-pleasing Hiplife rendition of Rhymes and Rap.
Thereafter, Kwaadee’s career took off with his self-titled debut album “Kwaadee” followed by other projects and top-charting singles like “Aboro ne Bayie, Ataa Adwoa, Metoa Su, Meyere Ne Menpena Ofie Nipa, Ka Wonan To So, Boys Boys” among other.
He took Ghana music to completely different level with his story telling style of rendition and unique lyrics rhyming. He was one of the most versatile Hip-life artists in the Ghana music industry with the largest listeners of both the young and the old.
Even though he went off the music scene for a couple of years due to the hearsay that he was suffering from mental illness and went missing, the great talent is finally back and metalizing as an Dancehall artist.
“I may seem to have distanced myself from the industry scene; I kept my vocal so high that i never cut my close relationship with the music”. And also, it’s about authenticity and being able to do the music that I feel pushes and will promote Ghana’s culture to the world,” he said. “A lot of people may know me for being a rapper but I think it’s important for me to show my fans and those who have been following me what I can do musically, and how versatile I am he said.”
STORY BY: SIRE SCOTT