Keche, the Ghanaian music duo, has recently expressed their frustration over other musicians’ reluctance to collaborate with them on their music. In particular, they have called out Kofi Kinaata, Kwesi Arthur, and other artists for refusing to feature them on their tracks.
In response to this criticism, Keche has attempted to diversify their music by collaborating with other artists. However, they claim that they have been met with reluctance and rejection from some of their peers, particularly Kofi Kinaata and Kwesi Arthur.
On the one hand, collaborations can be hugely beneficial for artists, helping them to reach new audiences and gain exposure. On the other hand, collaborations can also be risky, as they require artists to put aside their egos and creative differences in order to create something together.