Hiplife musician turned gospel artiste, Kesse has said his decision to switch from the singing of secular songs to gospel has been a daunting task on his career.
According to Kesse, his decision to transition was a difficult one but because it came from God, he had to obey and do as it is required of him.
In an interview with GNA Entertainment, Kesse, who had done songs with the likes of Sarkodie, said although the transition has been hard, God has kept his head up.
“What triggered my turn to do gospel music is the spirit of God. It wasn’t my personal decision, and yes it’s not that easy to do the work of God but all I can say is that it has been good thus far.”
Kesse rose to fame after winning the fourth season of TV3 Mentor program having featured on numerous hit singles including “Azonto Fiesta”, “Let Me Know”, among others.