The Ghanaian music industry over the years has had several music groups develop and produce wonderful tunes to the listening pleasure of Ghanaians.
Unfortunately, many of these groups have not been able to stand the test of time as they break up and the individuals go into other activities or go solo.
Keche is one of the current groups in Ghanaian that have not yet suffered the threat of a breakup and has promised Ghanaians that they are going to stay together.
Explaining the secret behind their group the promising music group stated that as human they quarrel and have misunderstandings but they see “Keche” as a company.
“What keep us going is that we see Keche as a company, it doesn’t belong to me Andrews neither Joshua or even George. We have sold Keche to the people out there, so now the people own Keche.” He said.
Speaking on Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra with Doctar Cann, Andrew a member of the group further added, “They don’t understand the group when two people come together to do one thing it is not about the friendship between you. Unless what you are doing doesn’t bring food on the table”.
The “Keche” group have been together since 2004, Andrew Cudjoe and Joshua Ampah formed the group and have hits like “Sokode”, “Pressure” and “Aluguntugui” to their name.