Talk about Ghana’s top radio shows that have churned out many musicians and Adom FM’s Kasahari rap show would top the list.
“I was on the ‘Kasahari’ show. Everyone was rapping in Twi. I rapped in typical Fante. When I was done, Adom FM’s premises was crowded. People wanted to see who was doing the rap in the studio,” he told host Osei Bonsu.
Endorsing the rap show, Kofi Kinaata said he started receiving phone calls where many managers wanted to sign him on to their music labels but he remained focused.
However, Samini’s former manager, Tony Pun managed to finalise a deal with him and through that the ‘Confession’ hitmaker was fully equipped to take music as a big business.