Entertainment of Wednesday, 27 January 2016
Hip -life artiste, Kwame A Plus, whom many have tagged as controversial says that politics has not and can never affect his music career in any way.
Riding on Flex Newspaper’s report, he said “politics has not affected me in any way. I began my music career with political songs and so I knew what was expected thus people’s re-action and that has not changed either.
“Those who like me for what I do still do and those who don’t like it have come to understand the positive impact of what I do on democracy,” he said.
According to him, his political preference changes anytime depending on the economic situation of the country.
Rating the current government, he noted that Mahama’s administration is not doing well and would be happy if there is a change.
“I am someone who will be happy if there is a change in the current government because they have not lived up to expectations,” he said.
A Plus is a hiplife artiste who seems to take great interest in rapping about politics and social issues.
He released an album, Freedom of Speech I right before the 2000 elections in Ghana. The hit track, Mesuro mpo na merekeka yi o talked about how he was afraid of what he was saying and doing, but he was still saying it, in the light of democracy as he lambasted politicians.