Bisa Kdei hopeful of winning five awards; eyes Grammys in three years

The newest sensation in Ghana music, Ronald Appiah, popularly known as Bisa Kdei is hopeful of scooping five awards at this year’s Ghana Music Awards.

The musician received five nominations in this year’s awards scheduled for the Accra International Conference Centre on May 3.

He was nominated in the ‘Song of the Year’, ‘Hiplife Song of the Year’, ‘Hiplife Artiste of the Year’, ‘Album of the Year’, and ‘Song Writer of the Year’ categories at the awards.

Bisa Kdei known for several hit songs including ‘Give It to Baba’ and ‘Metanfo’ told in an interview that, he is pleased with the nominations and he is walking away with all the five awards.

“I got five nominations and I’m so happy about it and I hope I get all the awards,” he said.

Asked if he will be disappointed if he does not win, the musicians said losing will not deter him from “doing good music for Ghanaians because that’s what I do.”

Bisa showed appreciation to Ghanaians for overwhelmingly accepting his music: “It means a lot to me, it is not easy to get to this stage. I thank God for that, I think I will give it to ‘Baba’ (God).”

For the inspiration behind his songs, the talented musicians said: “it’s all about life, I look at the things that go on around us.”

The very optimistic Bisa Kdei urged Ghanaians that, “the next three to five years you should expect me at the Grammys, I am working hard towards that.” Story by Ghana | | Ernest Dela Aglanu (Twitter: @delaXdela / Instagram: citizendela)

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