Hiplife artiste Kwaw Kese has come out to explain why he had to lie down in a coffin for one of the scenes in his “Aseda” video which was released recently.
In an interview with livefmghana, the “Yakubu” singer and rapper said, sometimes you go through things and words are just not enough to describe what you go through. Actions sometimes tell a lot and that was what I just did. In my case, it tells you the level of what I went through.
“We all know that coffin is meant for the dead so I want people to know that I have been through Hell and I’m back, I died and I’m back and God has been faithful. He has seen me through a lot and people should have a feel of what I have been through,” he said.
He went further to say, it was not scary at all even though that was the first time, he was doing something like that.
“What I have been through is more scary than me lie down in a coffin so it was not something difficult for me to do at all,” he said.
“Aseda”, which means thanks giving in English is a song that sees Kwaw giving thanks to God for all he has done for him. For God’s love and mercies during his (Kwaw kese) trying moments.
The song featured Duke of D2 fame and it was directed by Alexi Ju Nior and Kwadwo Bediako of Level 7 Films.