Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Kofi Botchwey, well known as Kwaw Kese, has revealed why he nearly ended his music career.
Speaking in an interview with MzGee on TV3, the ‘Dondo’ composer opened up on how depressed he was in 2014.
According to him, he suffered depression after his manager was murdered, got a divorce and arrested in the same year.
During that time, Kwaw said he had no desire to do music again.
“In 2014, after my manager was killed in cold blood and the same year I got divorced, got arrested and sent to prison, all these three things happening in one year, at a point I decided not to do music again.
“At that time, I had nobody to look up to apart from God. I was really depressed and didn’t want to do music again. I didn’t know what to do with my life but God spoke to me, I listened and I came back to Ghana and that was better.
“I was depressed for four months. I heard a voice telling me I was stronger than this and people look up to you so go back and do what you have to do,” he disclosed.
Kwaw Kese is currently promoting his new song titled ‘Victory’.