Andrew Kofi Cudjoe, popularly known as Keche Andrew has disclosed that a great deal of people he meets tell him to break away from Keche and start a solo music career as he is the more talented one in the group.
Speaking on Kastle FM’s Amansan Krakye, he said that people who make such utterances to him have an agenda to cause confusion between and his group member.
“All the things that normally separate music groups we are told are women, money and this person is better than the other group member. As for Keche we are always told these things but we continue to do the right thing for the group,” he noted.
“Some people do tell me that Andrew you’re the one that writes all the good songs for Keche music group so you can do better if you are alone. But when they tell me I don’t utter a word and after they leave I do call Joshua to tell him this person said I’m better than you so I should quit the group,” Keche Andrew continued.
Touching on how the music group has been making waves since 2004, Keche Andrew acknowledged that staying together as a music group has been tough, as many other music groups started but could not stay together, However, Keche’s secret is that they stay united and do away with negative energy.
“So I do advise him to be very careful of such treacherous people and do stay away from them. We’ve faced all these things before and then it’s very difficult to build a strong group or music label like Keche that Africa and the world has accepted us,” the hit maker explained.
“You don’t even know the hustle we went through to put the group Keche together to last all these years to be where we are right now. So a woman or money or whatever can never can put us asunder and we’re matured of course,” he said.
Revealing that the group is not perfect and has challenges of its own, Keche Andrew said, “We do fight, we do quarrel and we do have our differences but then we handle it as men. Sometimes we might not be talking but we do mount the stage together to play shows and within three days we will be talking again.”
“Even if we’re not talking we do work as professionals because that’s what do put food on the table for us,” he ended by saying.