A ‘Spiritual Man’ based at Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region has revealed how three musicians wanted to sink Kooko’s music career.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with the News Hunter Magazine, Nana Mosi Bansere disclosed that three (3) musicians contracted him to ruin the shine of the Bono rapper-Kooko, known in private life as Kwame Nana Gyabaah.
He emphasized that one of the guys who contacted him has a song with Kooko.
“The guys have called me to apologize after the story was shared on social media. They are willing to apologize to Kooko publicly. I will forgive them if they have shown remorse. It is true that they contracted me but I will forgive them…I am not waiting for them to say anything to the general public before I forgive them,” he said.
When asked whether ‘Juju’ works in the entertainment industry in Ghana, Nana Mosi Bansere answered: “Even in farming it works not to talk about music and other things. Yes ‘Juju’ does work in the industry. Whatever you will do on this earth is a glory. Nobody will hear about you if you do not have a glory…despite having money or the level of sense that you have. “
“Some people can hide your glory…and when it happens like that, you need a spiritual father who can restore it back. If it does not happen like that you will suffer. Kooko has collaborated with some popularly artists but why is it that he is not sailing through. Though, he is known but not all that popular because they sold his glory. We are now restoring it back,” the ‘Spiritual Man’ stated.
He advised people who use ‘Juju’ to destroy the life of others.
“It won’t end well for you if you use juju to destroy others. In the end, you will lie and rot in the room if you do that,” he warned.
Nana Mosi Bansere who has seen the seriousness that Kooko approaches his work with further stated that he will support him throughout his lifetime.
According to him, a total sum of GHC 500,000 will be released annually to help the music career of the rapper who propagates through the Bono dialect.
The three-year record signing deal was held at the Eusbett hotel in Sunyani on Friday.
News Hunter Magazine has gathered that the deal included a car—and it is the first time in the history of the Brong Ahafo Region that a press conference is being organized to brief the media on the signing of an artist.
The colorful ceremony was attended by most media personnel in the Brong Ahafo Region including, Ghana’s no.1 turntablist, DJ Kaxtro of Kumasi-based Ultimate FM and DJ Shatar of Suncity Radio in Sunyani.
We can confirm that Owusu-Ansah Baafi (DJ Kastiva) of Kapital Radio in Kumasi has been appointed as the manager for the project.