Rapper Raymond Kwaku Takyi known in showbiz as Paa Dogo has revealed how he helped Kwaw Kesse start his music career which has gotten him where he is today but did not get the same goodwill back when he needed it.
On e.TV Ghana’s entertainment talk show, The Late Night Celebrity Show, he disclosed how he held Kwaw Kesse’s hand to introduce him to D’Hammer.
“I was the one who introduced Kwaw Kesse to Hammer, he came to me that he wanted to do rap and that I was his role model. He had just completed Winneba Secondary School and he was nicknamed Dogo at school so since he has met me I should teach him all he needs to know, so I walked with him for some time and introduced him to Hammer, he disclosed.
According to Dogo, after the introduction, he together with Hammer helped Kwaw get his first song ‘Nonsense’ out.
“During the compilation time I wrote ‘Nonsense’ with him so he would also have one song on the compilation, Hammer got to know him since I went to the studio with him all the time so we both wanted him to also have at least one track on the compilation so that even if he follows me to a show, he would also have something to perform. I was his helper,” he revealed.
Dogo who have not been able to hit like the Yakubu hitmaker expressed his deep expectations toward Kwaw Kese as he was looking forward to some sort of support and corporation as he aims to bounce back into the music industry.
Talking about his current relationship status with Kwaw Less he said” “I no dey hear of am, don’t know his wahala , me saf I no dey want think about am saf. , na we no get any issue, I don’t know im problem, so me I don’t know, e no dey hala me, me too I no dey hala am. I no get e number saf.”
After all the neglect, Dogo further expressed his joy in Kwaw’s success, even though people thought he held a grudge against him.
“E dey hit, e dey make noise for the town, people they ask me to say, is Kwaw Kesse your enemy, and I go say oh how? I’m happy when I see him, someone you taught something and is making it now and has climbed up to this level, it’s beautiful.”
Paa Dogo who has been out of the system for over a decade is now back and has 368 songs ready to be released.
By: Susan Amoako Agyemang