Bisa Kdei Meets Producers Of Netflix’s ‘Jingle Jangle’

Bisa Kdei (right) in a pose with David Talbert and Lyn Sisson Talbert

Popular Ghanaian highlife musician, Bisa Kdei, has met with renowned American playwright David E. Talbert and his spouse, Lyn Sisson Talbert, producers of the Christmas Netflix film ‘Jingle Jangle’.

The highlife musician was recruited as one of the music composers for the Hollywood movie together with the likes of Usher Raymond, John Legend, Phillip Lawrence, Davy Nathan and Michael Diskint.

Information gathered by GNA Entertainment, reveals that Bisa Kdei engaged the renowned Hollywood producers at Beverly Hills, California and they discussed positive strides made by the movie, which debuted in December last year.

It is evident that the sensational highlife performer is interacting more with the Hollywood family and exploring more opportunities, especially ahead of his 10th anniversary celebration in the Ghanaian music industry.

According to sources, Bisa Kdei is also in the United States of America to finalise projects with R&B Superstar Usher Raymond and John Legend, renowned American singer-songwriter.

Hard work and the determination to succeed have helped Bisa Kdei successfully carve a niche for himself, and is now a force to reckon with when one talks about highlife music.

He has toured a number of countries in Europe and some cities in the United States to promote Ghanaian highlife music and his brand.

Born Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah, Bisa Kdei has had successful collaborations with top musicians in Ghana and Nigeria.

Some of these musicians are Sarkodie, D-Black, Efya, Obrafour, Kwaw Kese, M.anifest, Becca, E.L, R2Bees, Samini, Irene Logan, Kofi Nti, DeeVS, Keche, Lighter, Patoranking, and Reekado Banks among others.

He self-produced some of these collaborations from his studio — ‘Chingam’ by Sarkodie, ‘One of Your Own’ by Efya, and ‘Pimpinaa’ by Obrafour.

Some of the songs he has to his credit include ‘Mansa’, ‘Metanfo’, ‘Azonto Ghost’, ‘Odo Carpenter’, ‘Over’, ‘Jwe’ and ‘Baba’.