• Fri. Aug 5th, 2022

American producer for Snoop Dog, Kendrick Lamar and others contacted my team for collaboration after ‘Touch It’ remix – KiDi

KiDi’s Remix version of his chart-topping ‘Touch It’ hit single is poised to accomplish wonders just a few days after its release, thanks to Lynx Entertainment / MadeInENY / EMPIRE.

Dennis Nana Dwamena, a multi-award-winning Ghanaian singer and song producer, released ‘Touch It Remix’ a few days ago, which features American rapper Tyga, and everything appears to be going well for the young artiste as the new creative piece is set to break him some great deals.

In a recent interview with Ibrahim Ben-Bako on Joy Prime on Thursday, February 17, 2022, KiDi said that a top-tier American producer has already contacted his team and asked them to collaborate on several tracks.

KiDi - Touch It Remix ft. Tyga

Without revealing the name of the producer, the Ghanaian serial hitmaker revealed that he works with Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Cole, and a slew of other prominent names in the United States.

According to him, he contacted his team after the release of his Touch It Remix, which featured Tyga, and the producer listened to the audio and watched the video, before quickly heading over to the Lynx Entertainment signee’s pages to check out some of the [KiDi’s] other work, which piqued his interest in working with him, and he asked when he would be coming to Los Angeles [LA] so they could meet up and collaborate.

The multi-award-winning Ghanaian singer expressed his delight, saying that he is thrilled that this is happening and that it will not only open doors for him but also for Ghana as a whole, putting the country’s entertainment industry on the map and providing opportunities for cross-border collaborations for other local artists.

KiDi said.

“Last night, we got a message from a top producer in the USA after hearing the remix. He produces for Snoop Dog, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Cole and all of them. He saw the video, he went on my page to check out my other stuff and he messaged my team that when am I coming to LA. We need to work; so, this is an open door for collaborations with a lot of these superstars,” 

“That’s why I always keep saying we have to start from somewhere. It’s good to start than rather complain and not do anything about it…you won’t get anywhere.”

“I am happy this is happening. This doesn’t open doors for only me, it puts a spot light on Ghana as a whole, the whole industry and all the artistes who are striving hard.”


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