I’ll Only Do Song With Guru If I See That We’re Spiritually Connected


Ghanaian singer-songwriter Dennis Nana Dwamena, popularly known as KiDi, finally responded to the hiplife artist Guru’s search for a collaboration with him.

Guru-born “Toyota” hitmaker Maradona Yeboah Adjei has lately been on a war path with Richie Mensah-owned Lynx Entertainment for openly refusing to allow KiDi or Kuami Eugene to collaborate with him in a song.

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Speaking about the possibility of appearing in a song with Guru on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM monit ored by Ghgossip.com, KiDi said that he will only do a song with Guru if they are spiritually connected and also if they have no dislike or animosity towards each other.

“Oh, mmm, this question you have asked me about making a song with Guru is not easy. You see that to do a calllobo with another artist is about allowing God to touch your heart to help the person,” he remarked.

“Music is about vibes and aura, if I’m in a studio with another artist making a song, at least we should both click. Music is very spiritual, so before collaborating we must like each other. “

“If we don’t like each other and we go into a studio to record a song, there will be no blessings after the song,” KiDi told Kastle FM.


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