Music producer and sound engineer David Kojo Kyei also known as Kaywa has announced  in a recent interview  that he is responsible for the entire production of Bisa K dei’s hit songMansa”, but PRO of the Highlife Artiste of the Year  winner  Bisa K’ Dei, says those claims are “false”.

Emmanuel Arhin, ” Bossu Kule” as he is popular known in a couple of tweets on Monday, June 27  gushed out his disappointed in comments made by the sound engineer Kaywa. He tweeted;

“Smh.. @kaywabeatz you think this is cool? You have to lie for smaller things in exchange of bigger things.. May God forgive us as humans.

” For Christ sake I know what went on from day-1 with #Mansa production. @KAYWAbeatz u know Bisa Kdei neva recorded a vocal in your studio.

Kaywa bo mi nsenku’ was the only thing Bisa Kdei did at your place. Why do you say stuffs like this? You are disgracing your reputation.

If @drraybeat can be credited wid da production of @Gasmillawins #telemo, then I understand y @KAYWAbeatz says he produced @bisa_kdei #mansa

Upon seeing these tweets, we contacted Bossu Kule to explain to us why he passed such comments about Kaywa.

According to him, Bisa Kdei whom had already recorded the whole song, sent it to Kaywa to master and mix it and didn’t understand why the sound engineer had to lie to Ghanaians about it.

“Whatever Kaywa said concerning ” Mansa” is false, we all know Bisa Kdei is also a sound engineer himself so after recording the song he forwarded it to Kaywa to mix and master the song. It’s only right for him to put his signature on the final production, but his claims that Bisa sent only strings to him and then, recorded the entire song in his Studio are false,”Kaywa bo me nsenku ” was the only verse Bisa Kdei recorded at his studio because, the raw file didn’t have kaywa name in it but since he is working on the song, Bisa Kdei thought it wise to mention his name in that verse to make it more professional.

In the midst of mastering a song, Kaywa had the right to change anything that he felt needed to be changed, but he didn’t produce the entire song and should not lie about it that he produced it’”

In all we thank God #Mansa is a hit and everyone loves it. Bossu Kule added.

Kaywa in an interview on Daybreak Hitz revealed that Hi life artist Kwabena Kwabena contacted him to work on the production of the song, and that 90% of the production was done from scratch. He is yet to respond to Bossu Kule’s outburst on Twitter as we are still trying to reach him to speak on the matter.

Mansa won the most popular song and hi life song of the year Awards at the just ended VGMAs.