Ghanaian highlife musician Dada K.D has disclosed his ‘gains’ from entering in the Ghanaian music industry.
According to the “Fatia Fata Nkrumah” crooner, he first recorded his music as far back as 1994.
Born, Kwaku Duah said, as at 1997 that he was domiciled in Paris, he had nothing to show off even though his music was all over the place.
Speaking as a guest on United Showbiz, he revealed that one of the challenges he faced as a musician in Ghana was ‘fame over wealth’.
”I didn’t benefit from music financially apart from the fame and exposure. Even though I was overseas I had nothing to show off” he sadly disclosed.
Meanwhile, the contemporary highlife musician known for his love songs has recorded top classic tunes such as Somu Gye, Fathia Fata Nkrumah, Odo Tekyerema among others.
However, in other news as reported by Kumasi Blogger, Dada KD claims Daddy Lumba thrived in the Ghanaian music industry because of the competition he (Dada KD) gave him.
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