As if there’s not enough attention that artists have to give to their music careers, there’s a whole lot more that needs to be given to a music group. We have seen several music groups here in Ghana and Africa that have started out with so much fire power and vision and some were even seen and tagged as the “ones to watch”, or, “here to stay”, and other captions. Then they break up after just one album, and that is if they get to that, some just phase out or dissolve after a few singles and a few shows or invites.
But the group Keche, has proven beyond doubts to the general public they will never part ways.The versatile group, which consists of Joshua Ampah and Andrew Cudjoe described themselves to Sammy Flex, host of Showbiz Agenda as bosom friends.
According to the duo,they have had a bond since 2003, doing professional music together for close to ten years.
“We have arguments all the time, but we never allow them to interfere with our business. When you’ve known someone for this long, you can’t allow petty things to tear you apart”, they stated.
They however expressed their displeasure to the general public to desist from always pursuing for collapse of music groups. Explaining further, they indicated that, music groups does not stop individuals from releasing solo songs.
It happens that, Andrew encourages his brother, Joshua who is a rapper to pursue a solo rap career, however, following the release of one hip hop single by the latter, he has not done any song alone.
“He is a good rapper, and I want the world to see that. I don’t know why people always think we will break up. If one of us releases solo, the other is definitely in support”, Andrew alluded.
They released their first single in 2008 tilted “Omegemi” and later “Ring my bell” featuring Sarkodie the following year and they have not stopped since. They have hit songs like “Pressure”, “Sokode”, Slow Motion, “Aluguntugui”, Diabetes and more.