Ex-Doe Opens-Up on his Babies-Making-Mood that took him off Music

Ex-Doe

Pioneer Hiplife music act, Ex-Doe born Kwasi Siaw Akrofi, has finally opened up for the first time that he has been quiet on the Ghanaian music scene and seemingly quiet with his music career because he shifted his attention to making babies, taking care of them and then playing major responsibilities as a family man at a tender age ‘crippled’ his career.

“Making babies at an earlier age took my concentration from music because I had brought people into the world and I had to concentrate on them. My first album dropped when I was about 17 years old and when I was around 19 years, I had my first child. Currently, my first born is 19, the second born is 17 and the last born is 5 years old,” he said on Citi Showbiz.

Currently, the artiste who released his first album in 1996, is working on an album which will see songs with the likes of Stonebwoy, Kumi Guitar and others. He has lots of hit tracks on his belt, such as: ‘Daavi Mede Kuku’ which featured Chicago, ‘Maba,’ ‘Yebre,’ ‘Good One There,’ ‘Gogo Wo Ho’ ft. Pricky, ‘Comfort’ ft. Paa Bobo and ‘Beware of Dogs’ featuring Tic Tac.

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