Music is dynamic. There are numerous songs that became popular a few years ago because, the style used for their composition was up-to-date.
However, if these songs are played on radio right now, they won't be given lots of attention like before. This is because as time goes on, the Ghanaian youth is introduced to a new trend of fashion, language and music making.
Making reference to Ghanaian musicians who became prominent for their exceptional style and music brand during the 90s, we can confidently say Kwadee was a force to reckon with.
Some famous hit songs he recorded during his active career days were Efie Nipa, Meyere Anaa Menpena, among many others.
He went through a lot of emotional problems after he became a nationwide celebrity, which ended up in his sudden disappearance from the music industry.
I am very sure a lot of his fans have shifted their attention to other new school artists, after they stopped hearing from him.
Recently, he has been recording a couple of songs, and I must confess he has not deviated from his old style. Also, his physical look has not changed at all.
Kwadee has only rebranded with regard to his style of dressing, and is fully fit for the music industry, judging from his recent interviews monitored by AramKay.
Personally, I feel he has stayed relevant for a couple of years and should be noted as one Ghanaian musician who contributed immensely to the entertainment industry.
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