I want to change the Kasoa narrative – DSL | Watch Video


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Rising Ghanaian reggae/dancehall performer Lawrence Senyo Adiase, better known by his stage name DSL, is working to change the unfavourable image of Kasoa, a popular town in the central region.

Although Kasoa is frequently associated with infamous crimes, murder, weird happenings, and chaos, the young crooner is determined to show off its positive and artistic qualities.

The “No Gree” hitmaker, who was raised in Kasoa, voiced concern about the negative impression that many Ghanaians have of the town in an exclusive interview with Kojo Manuel for the Mile 7 podcast. According to DSL, hearing disparaging remarks about his hometown all the time breaks his heart.
He claims that mysterious things are happening in the town, particularly the recent problem of men’s privates disappearing at random, to the point where some of his female friends have even told him not to go there.

Asked if he believes those stories of male private parts getting missing randomly, the 2023 VGMA Unsung Artiste of the year said; “Yes I believe them. you see we the Gen Z children we haven’t seen or witness spiritual stuffs, so we make mockery of everything. As for me because of the things I have seen while growing up…I somehow believe.”

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