Kesse of TV3 Mentor fame quits secular music-Now a gospel musician


Kesse of TV3 Mentor 4 reality show has quit secular music that he was known for and has now joined the gospel fraternity as full-fledged gospel musician who has no interest in going back to the “sinful world of secular music”.
According to Kesse in a recent interview, he has seen the light and there is no going back. He still maintains his name but now he should be associated with the gospel and nothing else.
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The “Oh Yes” hitmaker claims he was lost in the world but has now found the everlasting peace of Jesus Christ and it is about time he shares the love of God with others and the best way to do it is to use his talent as a musician to preach the gospel.
Kesse found fame when he participated in TV3’s Mentor reality show, season 4. From there, Kesse after featuring several musicians on his songs like Sarkodie, D-Black, Castro, and others other Ace artists to produce bangers.
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He later went to MTN Project Fame reality show in Nigeria and took the second position. A lot was expected from Kesse but he didn’t get the support he needed from Ghanaians. Nothing has been heard from him for a while until now.
Kesse now joins the likes of Yaw Siki, Lord Kenya, Papa Shee, etc who have abandoned secular music for the gospel.
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