Isaac Nii Adotey Pappoe, known by his stage name Kay Smooth, a singer from Ghana, has revealed that he was in a music group called ‘Affirmative Action’ with the late Hiplife artist Terry Bonchaka.
“We started making music not today but we give thanks and glory to God. I mean through thick and thin he’s been there with us,” he said on Kastle FM.
“I started making music with the late Terry Bonchaka as a group called Affirmative Action back then at the National Theatre,” he revealed in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
He added: “That was the time I got the name Sweet Honey because that was the title of the song we used to perform on stage at the time with may his soul rest in perfect peace, Terry Bonchaka.”
Speaking in a one-on-one interview with Amansan Krakye, the songwriter and performer said he never thought of leaving music even though he started with the late Terry Bonchaka long ago.
“I have never thought about leaving music because I think it is a matter of time. Shatta Wale left for a 10-year period and came back,” Kay Smooth continued.
“So I think it’s just a matter of time and every artist that comes up never gives up because I know good times are coming,” he concluded on the Kastle Entertainment Show.