Their song Diabetics raised a lot of concerns in the Ghanaian entertainment industry and health sector as well when it was released.
Many thought the song was making mockery of people living with the diabetics illness but in an interview with livefmghana.com, the other half of the group, Andrew Cudjoe has denied that assertion.
“Our song is not to make mockery of such patients; I mean it will not be fair on our side that we do that. We can’t make fun of an illness.
“All what we were trying to say was that, the love we get from our female fans is overwhelming. So we likened that to sugar and we all know that, it is assumed that when one takes too much of sugar or sweets, the person is likely to be affected with diabetics,” he said.
Currently under George Britton records, Keche ismade up of Joshua Ampah and Andrew Cudjoe.
They have songs such as Body Lotion, Pressure, Sokode, Omogemi, Ring My bell ft Sarkodie and Oh My God ft Guru and D Cryme. Their currently promoting their latest joint Shame On You.