Kaywa, one of Ghana's finest beat makers, has said that Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Castro is not dead.
He made this statement in an interview with Blakk Rasta on the Taxi Driver show on Hitz FM Tuesday, March 24.
Reacting to speculations that he is still mourning Castro, the sound engineer was fast to respond that “Castro is not dead,” and hinted that “we are going to release his song very soon.”
“Anybody who says Castro is dead is a [liar], we are still waiting for Castro and he will come,” he added.
Castro, whose real name is Theophilus Tagoe, and his friend Janet Bandu went missing on Sunday, July 6 last year while jet skiing on the Volta River.
Kaywa joins the likes of Akoo Nana, BB De Boywonda, D Black and DJ Ames who believe Castro is still alive despite going missing for more than eight months.
Kaywa, who has been off the scene for a while now, further described this year as a terrible one for business due to the persistent electronic power outage the country is facing now.
The sound engineer is the brain behind hit songs like ‘Where My Baby Dey’ by Samini, ‘Do Da Dance’, by Castro and Asamoah Gyan, and ‘Bye Bye’ by Asem featuring Kwabena Kwabena.
Kaywa also won Best Producer of the Year two years in a row at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
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