Former Hiplife and Highlife musician, Michael Kesse Frimpong, popularly known by his stage name, Kesse has expressed that he is no longer interested in his old songs, hence, the media should stop playing it in his presence.
Kesse is now a born again Christian, a strong believer of Christ and wants to distant himself from anything circular music.
He is of the assertion that he permanently dissociate himself from his previous circular songs including the revenue it generates.
Speaking in an interview on Zylofon FM with Sammy Flex, the now gospel singer stated emphatically, he doesn’t want to have anything to do with his already recorded songs, this was when he walked into the studio to premiere his new gospel song.
As a way of welcoming such a great talent, Sammy Flex swiftly jumped into his old tunes expecting Kesse to sing along which he humbly declined and told Flex he is now a Christian and doesn’t want his old songs anymore.
“I will give my old circular songs royalties to charity” – Just as the former circular musician is no more going to perform his songs, he’s also pledged that all his royalties from his circular songs be given to charity.
He added that, even if he is approached with a million-dollar to sing his old songs, he is never going to do it.
This is because he is now a born again Christian and does only gospel music.
Kesse rose to fame after winning the fourth season of TV3’s Mentor. He participated in Season 2 of Project Fame West Africa and finished first runner-up to Chidinma.