Incredible! Bisa Kdei Reveals How Much He Spent on ‘Brother Brother’ Music Video


Uprising Ghanaian High life artiste, Bisa Kdei, has reacted to harsh criticisms of his ‘Brother Brother’ video which MP Kennedy Agyapong said was cheap and below standard.

In his reaction, Bisa Kdei revealed that he spent about GH¢18,000 to produce the ‘brother brother’ music video.

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The amount, he said was the total cost of the video of one of his hit tracks. Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyepong had earlier described the ‘brother brother’ music video as one which is cheap and below standard.

“Artistes don’t spend a lot of money on their music videos. I have been watching some clips. Bisa Kdei’s ‘Brother Brother’ is a beautiful song but the problem I have with him is that the video clip is not nice. Honestly, I watched the video and I was like, ‘how’? Kennedy Agyepong said in an interview on Hitz FM in May 2016.

Reacting to this comment, the man who described himself as ‘one of the strongest pillars in highlife music currently’ said the MP was entitled to his opinion. According to him, he holds no grudges for the parliamentarian because he has the right to say his opinion about whatever he wishes to, his music inclusive. He explained that he released what he felt was his best at the moment, based on his talents.

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Bisa Kdei made these comments on Adom FM’s mid-morning show, ‘Work and Happiness’ Thursday.

“That’s his opinion, I brought out what I have in me and he has every right to judge it…it was a good video…I spent GH¢18,000 to produce that video…”

All the same, he appealed to his fans to be patient with him as he has never gotten to where he wants to be, adding that High life greats like Nana Ampadu and others are his role models.

Watch the ‘Brother Brother’ music video below:

Please, let’s know your personal opinion about the video. Do you agree with Kennedy Agyepong’s criticisms or would you defend Bisa KDei?