Born some in the 80's in Agona Swedru in the Central Region of Ghana to Mr. and Mrs. Botchwey, Kwaw Kese believes he came out singing and that the real thing started at J.S.S. when he was singing and rapping to his friends and doing some stage performances here and there.
Music Music - Who takes the crown for August? Music Music the most exciting and Ghana’s NO.1 entertainment reality live show which has won the hearts of most Ghanaian for years, has won a new stunning skin hence adding more spice to the show to get all lovers of the show involved. What is this new dimensioning of the show all about?
tiGO rocks Accra with Republic Day jam It’s rather strange that Republic Day often goes uncelebrated in this country. One would have thought that this being a jubilee year, there would have been a lot of events to commemorate the day Ghana decided not to recognise the Queen as head of state.
Kwaw Kesse Rocks Valco Hall The Hiplife star and the king of the street, Kwaw Kesse aka “abodam” was on full flight at this year’s Valco Hall 16th anniversary carnival at the University of Cape Coast.
Did Kwaw Kesse meet Bush? The news that hiplife musician Kwaw Kesse also known as ‘King of the Streets’ had a 30-minute meeting with President Bush while he was visiting Ghana has turned out to be false.
Kwaw Kesse - The Hottest On The Block WITH THE release of two albums and two singles, the Abodam chemistry seems to be working well for Kwaw Kese, who has become a household name on the Ghanaian hiplife scene.