Stop leading guys on if you are not interested; Kay Twist advises ladies (LISTEN)

Emerging Ghanaian versatile artist, Kay Twist, born Badu Mensah Kwadwo has a message for the ladies who lead guys on to nothing.

Kay Twist

The emerging Ghanaian singer, whose talent has fetched the accolade as Prince of Afrobeat, in a new “You and I” song has delivered a message targeted at girls who mislead guys. According to him, ‘You and I’ is off his yet to be released album dubbed “Trust the process Vol.1” and is dedicated to all music lovers especially people who are in the friends' zone.

In the song, Kay Twist seems to have fallen in love with his friend who is not paying attention to the artiste’s feelings as she is rather focusing on being a good friend than a lover, and this is making Kay worried and confused. The song has been released under Trust the Process Records on Kay Twist’s birthday yesterday, April 17, 2020.

The young artist aspires to have collaborations with Samini, Mugeez, Jah Cure, Popcaan, Stonebwoy, etc “because I feel I I'm on the same journey with them, he said. “Describing the music I do, I'm more into The Afrobeat, R&b-Pop, Reggae, and Dancehall.

Growing up listening to Shaggy, Shabba Rankz influenced me into Dancehall, Listening to the Samini, Bob Marleys, Jah Cure, Buju Banton, Sizzla, and UB40 influenced me on the reggae side and also I chose those genres because of their style and Instrumental selections”

I look up to many famous musicians but the one particular artist I really admire so much is Jay Z because of how he's business-minded with his music just like Mr Eazi helping out emerging artists through Empawa”, he said.

Talking about his career, Kay Twist in a recent interview asked for music workshops to be created for acts to equip them to make the best out of their craft. “ If I am agitating for anything for the music industry, it would be on having workshops to help musicians have a clear understanding of how the music business works, and artist revenue streams(such as Sync Licensing, Public Performance (PRO) Royalties, Digital Sales etc.) And also how music lovers should consume music for musicians to get paid for their creative works.

The budding musician called on music lovers to support his craft, “They should stay with me in this Musical Journey and keep supporting my good music.” Listen to his latest “You and I” single below and don’t forget your reviews are welcomed.

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