Amid the trolls, he stood firm and now, there is a testimony to how hard he has worked. One of the musicians in Ghana who was heavily trolled based on the type of songs he churns out was Bisa Kdei.
These trolls usually said his songs are only played at funeral grounds. Though it may be painful, he remained focused.
Just some few days ago, reports about his song ‘Grandpa Me Nie’ being used as a soundtrack for an American Christmas film Jingle Jangle surfaced.
Following this, he has hit back at his critics in a new interview.
During an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, the ‘Mansa’ hitmaker stated that he is making giant strides with the same songs he was trolled for composing.
“I am selling highlife…the same funeral songs are winning. They try to ask me about highlife and our culture here and I think that’s another reason they chose me.
“We started working on this last year. It’s a big win for Ghana. When I was speaking to them, they told me it’s a movie that is dear to their heart,” he said.
Bisa Kdei added: “They have been working on it for the past 20 years. It’s a big win for Africa as well because it’s a black thing.”