Ghanaian boxer, Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukom Banku, has released a remix of Bisa Kdei’s hit song ‘brother brother’ and is urging President John Mahama to adopt it as his campaign song.
Using the brother brother rythm, Bukum Bankom sings about what he considers to be President Mahama’s achievements in the past three years, with particular emphasis on good roads and how he has solved the electricity crisis in the country.
The boxer-turned-actor in an exclusive interview with TV3 said that he wants President Mahama and his ruling National Democratic Congress to make the song their 2016 campaign theme song.
“This music is a hit. This is a campaign number I want to give to John Dramani Mahama because he is my father and I want to tell him to use this music for the election,” Bukom Banku told TV3’s Owusu Worae.
When asked whether he sought permission from Bisa Kdei to use brother brother rhythm, Bukom Banku answered in the negative, but said said he believes the Mansa hitmaker would not have a problem with it.
“Bisa Kdei is my best friend so if he hears that I used his beat to do something he wouldn’t worry. We are all popular men as Bisa is popular and I am a big popular and everybody knows so he wouldn’t worry about me using his beat,” he said.