I am not giving up on my talent—KayBlez
AFTER treating us to Meda Enda and the evergreen Chocho Mucho, it seems the magic has stopped working for KayBlez.
This is because it’s been over five years since Chocho Mucho was released and KayBlez formerly known as Bless is yet to bless us with another chart- topping banger from his magic box.
All the songs he has released since then have failed to see the light of day.
But KayBlez tells Graphic Showbiz in a chat that he is not discourage at all because he has so much to offer when it comes to music.
“I am not someone who gives up easily. In fact, giving up on music has never crossed my mind.
"Everyone and their time and I know when it is my time again, no one can stop it from happening. Yes it might seem difficult now but I am very positive I will bounce back soon.
“My kind of music takes time to grow on people. After Meda Enda in 2010 it took me seven years to get another hit that is Chocho Mucho.
"Those two songs are timeless and that is the kind of musician I want to be remembered for.”
“I don’t want to be heard everywhere for a brief period and then no one remembers me again.
"Even with Chocho Mucho which I thought would blow in a month after it dropped took almost two years for it to catch so i am not perturbed,” he stated.
Touching on what kept him going, KayBlez said it was the passion he had for music and the wonderful talent he had.
“When you are gifted, you cannot run away from it. After Meda Enda in 2010, I worked in the mines as an excavator operator for some years knowing very well I would come back to music one day.
"When the time was right, Chocho Mucho came along and blew the minds of Ghanaians,” he revealed.
Asked the kind of support he needed to get to where he wanted, KayBlez said he has just been signed unto a new record label Invicta Jam Empire and he believed they would do a good job.
“As for songs, I have countless powerful songs yet to be released and I will blow the minds of Ghanaians soon.
"I just dropped Miss You Ft King Paluta and the song is gradually picking up. Ghanaians have always supported my music career since I started and I am very grateful,” he said.