Fast rising musician, Samuel K. Appiah who is popularly known in the showbiz circles as AjinQwa, has justified why he is rebranding all the hit tracks of his brother, Lord Kenya who is now a renowned man of God.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Danny Fii Abrantie and Wabingy Samuel on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the rapper indicated that, he never agreed with Lord Kenya when he ordered radio and television stations to stop playing his songs because of his new found love for the gospel.
The family he explained has been gifted with rap music and so he has decided to rebrand the songs by Lord Kenya including ‘Sika Baa’, ‘Born Again’ among others.
AjinQwa said, Lord Kenya who is my cousin. He is a born again Christian but his music still lives on. I have a lot of his works in my possession and I can’t keep them anymore and so I want to rebrand them. I want Ghanaians to know that, Lord Kenya, is a born again Christian but his music still lives on. I do not agree with Lord Kenya when he ordered radio stations to stop playing his songs because he mentored and trained me. Lord Kenya trained me and if he gave this order, it means he wants me to stop my career and I don’t think I can stop this career. Music is food for the soul, you can’t stop music and the rap is in the family,’’ he posited.
According to the rapper, he has worked with Lord Kenya for more than twelve (12) years adding, ‘’I want to tell Ghanaians that, I am coming to take over from where Lord Kenya left off. I will treat Ghanaians to great tunes from my cousin.’’
He has released a rebranded version of 'Sika Baa' featuring Mighty Shy and produced by Beat Gad.