High life singer Dennis Nana Dwamena known publicly as Kidi has send an advised to Ghanaian prophets to finish declaring about future amenities to their numerous church members before they come to celebrities.
Beginning of this year, there has been two prophecies about KiDi and his label mate Kuami Eugene. One said they will have a bad year and another said their career will end if they leave Lynx Entertainment.
KiDi who was a guest on Radio Central drive hosted by Amansan Krakye revealed that he has no intention of leaving Lynx so the prophet should mind his own business.
“The prophets have come to like entertainment paa oo, so are they done with the people in their churches. Let him finish prophesying on his members before”, KiDi told Amansan Krakye.
Touching on his move from RnB music to Highlife, he explained “I had to sit down and reevaluate myself. I feel like highlife is not so different form RnB. What Chris Brown does is RnB, but when he comes to Ghana its highlife. The only difference is the instrumentation and the melody.
He added “I didn’t move away from RnB, it was just a blend of finding that middle ground to be able to still not compromise on my talent at the same time give the people what they want. I’ve not moved away, I’m still doing the same thing I used to do, just in a different way.”
Kidi is currently promoting his new single ‘Mr Badman’ featuring kwesi Arthur off his upcoming debut ‘sugar’ album.
Explaining the concept pf the song, he said “I wanted to do something for the first time that didn’t have anything to do with love.”