Kesse of TV3 Mentor fame quits secular music

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The critical religious minds are always skeptic when secular musicians turn to seek comfort in Christianity. For Ghana has witnessed uncountable number of popular personalities who comes out only to denounce the profane world when they’re not enjoying the public mileage.

Lord Kenya, Majid Michel, Pascal Amanfo, Papa Shee, Timothy Bentum, ‘Ofori Amponsah’ et al happen to be the very few who run to the church arguably the time they lost public attention. The list of celebrities who have denounced the profane world has increased with the inclusion of Kesse of TV3 mentor 4 reality show fame.

After above mentioned reality show, Kesse who’s well-known for his soothing voice became the favourite of lovers of love songs when he released “Oh Yes” song somewhere 2011. Afterwards, he went on to collaborate with almost all the A-list artistes at the time not excluding the likes of Sarkodie, Castro, D Black, among others.

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As part of measures to sail higher in his music career, Kesse took part in MTN project fame reality show in Nigeria and he sealed the second position. This should tell you that the budding Ghanaian musician was born with perhaps microphone in his hands.

But someway somehow, Kesse lost his music focus and went into hibernation making it difficult for his fans t hear from him. Simply put, Kesse regardless of all his unique singing talent lost the top spot for reasons best known to him. But the good news is that he’s back kind courtesy QuooFante of Inside Prime Page tv. Quoo has manoeuvred his ways to get hold of Kesse who has been missing in action for almost a decade.

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In the voice of Kesse, he has denounced the profane world because of his encounter with the leader of the Christian faith, Jesus Christ. As a result, he’s now a gospel musician and he won’t go back to his sinful ways again – the era of doing secular music.

Source: ghbase.com

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