Fante Rapper Kwaw Kese who is currently standing trail in a Kumasi court for allegedly smoking wee in publicly, has finally released a single about the incident that led to his arrest his experience at the Kumasi central prisons.
The song titled “Masa I Beg” is an account of how his arrest, his several court appearances, the judge’s initial refusal to grant him bail and life in prison during his six weeks stay inside the remand prison.
In the song Kwaw Kese seem to be pleading with authorities to pardon him with his offense and advising the youth to stay out of drugs. The song “Masa I beg” was produced by Ball J featuring Ike Wonder.
When the case was last heard on Friday 13, 2014 Justice William Boampong, the judge hearing Kwaw Kese’s case who threatened to free the musician if prosecutors fail to bring their witness at the next sitting, was not seen on the judge seat this morning inside the Kumasi Metropolitan Circuit Court.
Even though Rapper Kwaw Kese, his Lawyer Nana Kwasi Boatey and Prosecutor, Superintendent Emmanuel Akornnor were present in court, the judge’s absent made it impossible for the case to be heard. The case has since been adjourned to February 27 2015. Check out the track.