Legendary record producer Appietus says he was well on his way to transitioning to becoming a musician, but Castro’s disappearance put a stop to all his plans.
Appietus, one of the greatest producers this nation has ever produced, also wanted a career behind the microphone, but it never matieralised.
Castro, as you’ll recall, disappeared in July 2014 whilst out water surfing with a lady known as Janet Bandu and Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan. Castro and Bandu’s bodies have never been found.
Appietus, speaking to Lexis Bill on Joy Fm, revealed he had recorded a song, ‘‘Kuntunimu’, plus a video and everything, which launched his music career.
“We actually did ‘Kuntunimu’ and that was the first single and it was all over the place. I was going to go on stage with him and all that…” he said.
However, he added, he put the brakes on everything when Castro vanished.
“When Castro vanished, I stopped the promo because I didn’t see why [I should continue]. Castro was the one who was going to take me on stage because he had the experience with that,