Ghanaian native solo singer and record producer, Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah with the stage name Bisa Kdei has given tangible reasons to support why he believes he is still relevant.
Bisa Kdei became a household name between 2013 and 2015 for his multiple hit songs including “Brother Brother”, “Azonto Ghost”, “Mansa”.
However, presently, Biss Kdei does not command attention and recognition for himself and his music as he used to do.
The likes of Fameye, KiDi, and Kuami Eugene have almost replaced this highlife genius which had thrown a shadow over his songs and hard work.
On the back of the foregoing, Bisa Kdei in an interview with Andy Dosty on the DaybreakHitz Show on Hitz FM an Accra-based radio station sought to convince his fans and Ghanaians on why he believes he is still relevant.
“How do you define failure? Do I look like a failure? I am a failure but my stream numbers are going up? I am still getting called for shows? If that is a failure, then that kind of failure is really sweet,” he said.
Some hit songs by Bisa Kdei are:
- Brother Brother
- Odo Carpenter
- Azonto Ghost
- Biibi Nti
- I Love You
- Sister Girl
- Big Boy Weezy
- Party Dey Go