First runner-up of the most recent edition of the popular Music talent show Mentor on TV3, Chichiz has defended his fellow Takoradi native Kofi Kinaata after he was accused by people in his hometown of not doing enough to support up-coming artistes in the Area.
Chichiz who was speaking on Radio Central in Cape Coast was reacting to a question posed by the host as to whether Kinaata had done enough to assist up-coming artistes.
“In this world, you need a lot of patience to be successful. Sometimes, people say some of the big artistes in Central and Western Region don’t help the upcoming artistes but it also depends on us to put in the efforts”. He said.
“I’m cool with Quamina MP and I’m about to record a song with Kofi Kinaata. Even TeePhlow paid me a visit when I was in the TV3 Mentor house”. He revealed.
“The little I can say is that hard work and discipline alongside good luck can make you blow but it’s not only featuring TeePhlow, Quamina MP, Kinaata or Ayesem before you can blow as an upcoming artiste”. He concluded.
Kofi Kinaata has come under a barrage of criticisms from elements in his hometown of Takoradi who have accused him of being selfish and not doing enough to help up-coming artistes from The Area.