Takoradi born musician, Kofi Kinaata has praised Melody FM’s Kasahari show for making him the artist he is. According to Martin King Arthur, the Kasahari rap show helped him grow his career and cement his name in the music industry.
In an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen talk-show on Friday, he said, “I was on the ‘Kasahari’ show. Everyone was rapping in Twi. I rapped in typical Fante. When I was done, Melody FM’s premises were crowded. People wanted to see who was doing the rap in the studio.”
Kofi Kinaata told host Osei Bonsu that he had been presented with several record deals and had numerous managers willing to sign him.
Samini’s former manager, Tony Pun managed to finalize a deal with the Takoradi-based singer and through that, the ‘Things Fall Apart’ hitmaker was fully equipped to take music as a big business.
The Kasahari rap show has been endorsed by several rappers including Ras Ebo, Ayesem, and Yaw Lucas. Many of these household names had the chance to sell their name to the country through the show.