Kwame Nsiah-Apau, popularly known by his stage name as “Okyeame Kwame” is confident Kunta Kinte of the Bradez fame would stage a magnificent comeback in the music circles very soon.
Kunta Kinte suffered a setback in his career in 2009, after suffering from stroke at the peak of his career.
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He went back to the university to continue with his education concentrate on his studies, after recovery.
But his elder brother Okyeame Kwame, a multiple award-winning Hiplife and Highlife artiste stated that, Kunta still has future in the music industry but has to work on his psychological outlook which would enable him to produce a genre of music that would fascinate music loving fans.
"Kunta has sets sights on making a massive comeback in the music circles but he's not ready psychologically because it's a piece of himself that he must share with the audience. So until he's psychologically fit he wouldn't put out any music on the market.
"But we are praying he gets to that point where he would produce a song that would fascinate Ghanaians,'' Okyeame Kwame told GNA.
Flowking Stone, a partner of Kunta Kinte has been making headlines in the absence of his brother especially after winning the hip-life Song of the Year back in 2017 at the 18th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Meanwhile, Okyeame Kwame is expected to launch his new album on July 1 with zla Kalonji, Kwame Eugene, Kidi and Bradez and Didi Awade from Senegal among many other artiste who will feature on the album.