Hiplife music duo, Keche, known to be one of the most consistent and versatile music groups in West Africa has thrilled their fans at the GTV Studios in Accra.
Speaking on GTV’s Breakfast show on Friday February 14, the two — Joshua Ampah, a rapper with the power of word play and Andrew Cudjoe, a singer and dancer — revealed that plans are in place to help young and upcoming artistes by financing their music video shoots and promotions.
“We will help up and coming artists who are serious and want to collaborate with mainstream artistes to get to the top,” they disclosed.
The group name, ‘keche’, in Akan simply means ‘skills’ so many regard them as the ‘skilled team’. They have also gained recognition, both local and international, having performed alongside some biggest names in the music industry.
Keche is known for sings like ‘Aluguntugui,’ ‘Sokode,’ ‘Flavour,’ ‘Monica and ‘Akoma.’
Story filed by Mario Rashid Kadiah and Nelson Pascal Amoah.