Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, popularly known in showbiz as KK Fosu, has said he would set up a music and football academy in Ghana as part of his efforts to help nurture the abundant of talents in the country.
The veteran hip-life and highlife musician has had an illustrious career in the music industry over the past two decades and touted a unique music art considering his style which he dubs as the ‘D-Style’.
In an interview with GNA Entertainment, K.K Fosu who is the manager of Stars FC, a second division football club highlighted how was poised to help music and football talents in the country, drawing inspiration from the late Liberty Professional President Sly Tetteh.
“My dream is to build a soccer and music soccer academy. I personally have interest in supporting talents and in football, i had a brother who is was great player from infancy.
“So i took him to Liberty Professionals and the late Sly Tetteh saw how talented the player was.
“So the late Sly Tetteh motivated me to take up the business aspect of football management,” K.K. Fosu told GNA Entertainment.
Meanwhile, KK Fosu recently released a single entitled ‘who say man no dey’ and the single is already making hits in the music circles.
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