Ghanaian Musical Artist, Emmanuel Botchwey popularly known as Kwaw Kese is a Ghanaian Hiplife artist.
In 2005 he launched Mad-Time Entertainment, he released his first solo album which he titled 'Na Ya Tal' He released his second album 'AboDam 07' on the Mad-Time Entertainment label.
His major break came when he was featured on Obrafour's Executioner's Diary with his "Oye Nonsense" track. He continued with winning ways by featuring again on Hammer's "Sounds of Our Time" compilation.
The “AboDam” rapper who is in his 40’s, has revealed the secret to his youthfulness. In an interview yesterday with Okyeame Quophi on Angel Tv, when he was asked about his take on the legalization of weed and his opinion about it.
According to Kwaw Kese by the help of “wee”, he looks younger than most of his colleagues due to his successive intake of this herb.
“Take me and some of my friends or age-mates as a case study and you will think that they are way older than me” He told the host in the interview
Kwaw Kese is one of the celebrities who are constantly pressuring the government for the legalization of this marijuana.
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