The Full Story Of Kesse: The Journey Through To…

Right from being the winner of the fourth season of TV3’s Mentor Music Reality show, Kesse has been extremely consistent with the release of hit tunes until at some point when he stopped because of reasons most popular to him. Emerging from the mentor show was a surprisingly positive turn of events, since he figured out how to get some top music acts in the Ghanaian music industry to upheld him to the top.

The likes of famous sound engineer Appietus, rapper Sarkodie, D-Black, and so on.. As quite possibly of the best performer, Mike Kesse who is prominently known as Kesse was rapidly advancing in the music business. He featured practically every one of the top musicians who also loved his style of singing.

The 35 year-old award winning singer always made sure he featured on songs that were doing very well, with people grooving to his vibe. As a matter of fact, Kesse was named among the top 20 singers in Ghana some few years back, until he ‘turned the steering wheel’ to do gospel music.

According to him, he was called to do God’s work just at the time when he was producing hit highlife tunes. As indicated by him, getting into gospel has some way or another been a bit tough for him. He barely gets gigs to play as compared to when he was doing circular music (highlife etc.).

As a matter of fact, during his primes, one of the songs that made him more popular was “Azonto Fiesta” featuring rapper Sarkodie, which was out in 2013. He featured a lot of big acts like D-Black on ‘Woara’, A-Qube’s ‘By Force’, Andy Dosty’s ‘Never Give Up’, and numerous others.

Since he joined the gospel brotherhood, he is scarcely heard of, due to certain reasons, he believes are not encouraging for him in the gospel world. Since he went along with the gospel world, he released ‘Mehu Yesu‘, ‘Sweet Jesus‘ and some others, of which he thinks they are generally excellent melodies but are not being played. The tunes are good yet he is likely not being dealt with genuinely by the gospel brotherhood.

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Kesse has participated in Season 2 of Project Fame West Africa and finished first runner-up to Chidinma from Nigeria. Kesse released his debut studio album The Prodigy in 2012. It was supported by four singles: “The Ugly Truth”, “The More I Cry”, “Superstar” and “Treat Her Royal” featuring Sarkodie.

Kesse has also worked with artists such as Sarkodie, Okyeame Kwame, Guru, Raquel, Appietus, Efya, Ayigbe Edem and Kwaw Kese, who are top Ghanaian artists. Kesse has performed at a number of events both in and outside of Ghana. On 25 May 2013, he performed at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra.

Prodigy, released as his debut studio album, was supported by four singles: “The Ugly Truth”, “The More I Cry”, “Superstar” and “Treat Her Royal”. He has released four music videos to support the singles. Kesse received a total of four nominations at the 2013 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. He was nominated twice in the Best Collaboration of the Year and Hip Life Song of the Year categories.

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