Entertainment of Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Budding Ghanaian musician, KD Blakes says singing to patients as a staff in a health facility is unethical to the profession.
The fast rising artiste who doubles as a nurse said his music is an inspiration to people but, when the time comes for him to dish out some motivation to patients under his care he would rather speak in words than sing to them.
According to Bakes, his “therapy” sometimes works for patients who are going through hard times emotionally due to the content of his words to them.
“I don’t sing for people in the hospital because that is not ethical. I cannot do that in the ward,” said the sensational singer.
He was however quick to add that the results are not always positive.
KD Bakes is known for his afrobeat song he titled ‘Carry Me Away’ produced by LayKay.
He is one of the best singers from Ghana and has been active in the music industry for some couple of years now.
Lyrically KD Bakes is nothing but the best and always keep feeding his fans and the world at large with good music.