Highlife musician, K.K Fosu has advised the youth to take responsibility and persevere in making a living for themselves.
The musician outlined a number of things he is up to, including inspiring the youth to venture into the agriculture sector.
The ‘Anadwo yede’ hitmaker said “I have a lot up my sleeves, K.K Fosu is about to drop the ‘I’m Back’ album, and I’m about to do so many things.”
“Were into farming, I’m about to project talents and empower the youth. We lack so many things in Ghana and so it’s about time we wake up and not depend on any leader to make our live better,” he told Becky, adding that “I encourage all the youth to venture into agric sector.”
Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, as he is known in real life, is confident that he will be the latest celebrity to join the likes of John Dumelo and Samini venturing into agriculture if everything goes according to plan.
The musician started music at a tender age with a school choir back in Secondary School.
He joined a live band group named “Soundz Unlimited” where he played for two years. He was later signed DKB productions and now has five albums to his credit.
K.K. Fosu has also worked with musicians like Obrafour, Obour, Reggie Rockstone and several others.
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