Keche names Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Kinaata and others as artistes who declined to collaborate with them


The Ghanaian hip-life musical duo Keche has named specific Ghanaian musicians that turned down their invitations to work together.

Joshua Kojo Ampah and Andrew Kofi Cudjoe, who make up the group, made this known when they appeared as guests on Class Showbiz with Sammy Baah Flex.

Keche Joshua claims that Kwesi Arthur and Kinataa agreed to work together on their music only for them to become silent.

“Kwesi Arthur and Kofi Kinataa are part of them. I know this will blow up. We sent him [Kofi Kinaata] music but he didn’t even respond,”

When asked how they went about accepting the invitation to collaborate, Keche Joshua said that since they had a good working connection with Kinataa, they didn’t need to travel to Takoradi or submit an official application.

“The relationship we have with him dates back to the times when we’ve performed for him at his Made in Takoradi concert for a token,” he indicated

Narrating the issue to Sammy Baah, he said several calls made to “Things Fall Apart” singer went unanswered.

“I called him and I had convinced Andrew to let us feature Kinataa, he agreed but we called him like three times and he just ignored it,” he said.

Keche Andrew who also added his voice to the issue of collaboration and unity in the music industry said despite not getting the feature from Kinaata, Flavour from Nigeria was happy to jump on the record.