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Ghanaians in the diaspora genuinely show love and support – KiDi

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Ghanaian singer, KiDi has acknowledged that there is an enormous amount of love and support for Ghanaian artistes in the diaspora.

In an interview on TV3’s ‘The Day Show’, the ‘Likor’ singer shared his experience outside Ghana; referring to it as memorable due to the love and support he has received from his fans.

“One thing I learned differently from that is usually, when we go to places, a lot of Ghanaians who live there come through for us. They attend the shows and it’s all love.

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“But one thing I learned in this last Europe tour was that we had people who were not even just Ghanaians, and they told me that there is something we’re doing right.

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“Maybe we’re not doing it well, but we’re doing something right. We have to just keep going at it,” he disclosed.

Speaking on his hit song ‘Touch it’, Kidi disclosed that he knew the song was going to go global because he felt he was doing a great song.

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“Yeah. It has been. I just knew I was doing a good song. I just didn’t know the trajectory or what it was going to do. I just left it to God, did what I had to do in it.”

He continued; “That’s my goal. I don’t want to bask in “Touch It” , I want many more like it. It is like I said in the beginning, we’re doing the best with what life is giving us. We want more, but until we get more, we will just keep going,” he stated.

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