Kafui Chordz is ‘on the loose’ for exploits

By: Gifty Owusu-Amoah
Kafui Chordz
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NOT everyone is bold to follow their passion after many obstacles creat wedges between them and that one thing that brings them happiness. Well, not for Afropop artiste, Kafui Chordz formerly known as Celly Chordz.

Her “journey of fulfillment” began when she took interest in every opportunity to learn more about music.

The resolve to be the best at what she sets out to do was the only motivation Kafui Chordz needed at the time when she signed up to take piano lessons while studying at the University of Ghana, Legon.

The lessons must have impacted her life so much because she started recording and the result was her maiden song titled, Finally Us, released in May 2016.

This was followed by Mess Me Up and its accompanying music video in August 2017.

Kafui Chordz born Celestine Ama Serwaa Kafui Agropah is back to serious business with the release of her first album, Pieces in Peace in August this year.

In a conversation with Showbiz on what she has been up to since the release of her maiden album three months ago, the artiste who doesn’t want to be limited to any type of music said she is “on the loose” for exploits.

“I’m on the loose and that is not in the negative way as understood literally. I want to announce that I’m very wild now and I’m not holding back this time around.

“I think the scene has become very competitive and so just a little slowing down and you are kicked out of the race.

“I’ve come with full force and Ghanaians would get the whole of my music capabilities moving forward. I won’t say it’s going to be easy but if you know your worth, you don’t settle for less,” she said.

Kafui Chordz is currently an independent artiste and she looks up to some great musicians including Asa, Emeli Sande, Mali Music, Kojo Antwi, Daddy Lumba, Eminem, Nas, Adele and Sia.