Music duo Keche have revealed in an interview with Livefmghana.com that ladies are their source of motivation for the kind of music they do and due to that what ever song they do, they do it for the ladies.
“We do get love from ladies and for us that is all that we need. In as much as there are other things that inspires us to do the kind of music we do, the love we get from the ladies are just too much.
“This love goes on to tell us that our works are being appreciated and so they give us the vim to go on doing and giving out our best. You see in music you cannot do away with your fans, your fans are the reason you do music. This is because, when you bring a song out, they will like the song, play and it becomes a hit. Therefore it is just right that we give what our fans like and enjoy.” Joshua Ampah the other half of the group said.
In an answer to how they handle ladies who might love and want them for something else other than their music , he said; “we don’t push them away, we draw them closer, we have a nice way of dealing with them.
“If there are some things we need to explain to them, we do that so that they can still stick around and be our fans. We are very careful when it comes to these things, this is because, we believe that, just one testimony from someone can open a lot of doors for you, it can get people to like you,” he said.
Currently under George Britton records, Keche is an Akan word which literally means Skills. Both Joshua Ampah and Andrew Cudjoe were born and raised in Takoradi, in the Western region of Ghana.
Their musical journey started very early in life as they both started singing at Sunday school and through basic education.
They moved to Accra on separate sojourns but their paths crossed again in 2004 and that’s when they came up with the name Keche.
They have songs such as Body Lotion, Pressure, Sokode, Omogemi, Ring My bell ft Sarkodie and Oh My God ft Guru and D Cryme. Their currently promoting their latest tune Shame On You.