For over two decades, Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, stage named K.K Fosu has been engaging the world with a blend of his hiplife and highlife music magnum opuses. The Ghanaian musician has helped many other up-and-coming artists and even directed and trained some of them how to ‘face’ the music world.
K.K. Fosu has remained one of the few relevant and active musicians for the past 25 years because he is of the opinion that, ‘masterpieces are not completed but rather abandoned’. Thus, he is planning for a silver commemoration, that will sum up the entirety of his staggering work done over the years.
The vocalist claims that a number of activities have been planned for Augutst’s upcoming silver jubilee this year. He says he has a lot of artists in mind to help him celebrate this special occasion. Additionally, the multi-award-winning singer claims to have a lot to share with the world and will do so when the event calls for it.
The ‘D-styler’ burst onto the music scene in 1998 with incredible, authentic contemporary highlife tunes that got everyone listening. He released numerous hit songs, including “Suudwe, Anadwo Yede, Odo Nti, Six o’clock, Akonoba, Toffee and more.
The 42-year-old “Vocal god,” as he is also known, was the ish. At the time, he collaborated with other top artists to produce songs that resonated deeply.
The likes of rap Godpapa Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour, Reggae Dancehall artist Samini, Kokovelli, Ofori Amponsah, and some others have all been a part of KK Fosu’s success story.
KK Fosu has released “Sudwe,” “Anadwo Yede,” “6’oclock,” “Akonoba,” and “Toffee” among other albums.