Ghanaian musician, Okomfour Kwadee prior to his comeback in the music industry has bemoaned of how he was never awarded in his prime days.
According to the “Wotaataa Me” hitmaker, the Ghana music industry has failed to recognize his hard work and contribution to the growth of the industry.
In a radio interview, the show host and Kwadee were discussing his exploits in the music industry but it appeared Kwadee didn’t like the turn which the conversation was taking, and so became angry pouring his anger on the show host.
In Kwadee’s assertion, he started music way back in the early 2000s but has not received even a single award much to his displeasure blaming Chatter House, the organizers of Ghana Music Awards, for what he indicated as discrimination on their part.
Kwadee was of the view that Shatta Wale became popular because of the controversies he created during one of the events which he[Shatta] lost out on the award and added that after that he has received many awards adding that if he[Kwade had also been given awards during his hay days, he would have been more popular and maintained his relevance in the industry.
What got Kwadee so angry was when he indicated that he has every right to speak on what he thinks has been and is still bothering him concerning his dipped music career but the show host interrupted.
“I have every right to speak my mind”, to which the presenter responded, “Speak your mind.”
Kwadee in a quick response said: “Are you the one to tell me to speak my mind?”, making him remove his headphone and getting out of his seat.
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He further touched on the fact that he cannot be underestimated and that a recognition would have been good for him mentioning the likes of Ebony, Castro, and musicians who have died tragically with barely any immortalization.
Okomfoour Kwadee is noted for hit songs such as ‘Ahwede3 Abena’, ‘Ka Wo Nan Toso’, ‘Y33ko Maa P3’, and many others.