GHANA: My Tattoos Represent Dead Relatives – Kidi
19 February 2020
by Eugene Brown
Ghanaian afrobeats and highlife artiste, Kidi, has sharedthe secret behind his tattoos on his body. According to KiDi, the tattoos on his arm represent every dead member of his family.
The Lynx entertainment signed artiste, who is currently promoting his new song “Enjoyment” shared this when he was speaking on Class91.3FM in Accra on Thursday, February 13.
“The last time I came here, I didn’t have tattoos. Every stripe stands for a dead member of my family, so, every band is for mourning, this is my dad’s because that’s the biggest one and my two grand mums [My mum’s mum and dad’s mum],” KiDi explained to the show host Prince Benjamin
“I have [on] my chest, I have Zane, that’s my son’s name and then I have Sugar, the name of my first album. It’s now symbolic; now, it’s like no matter how much I grow, if I’m fifty, I’ll always remember that it was iconic at a time in my life…,” he added.
KiDi came to the limelight after winning the 2015 MTN hitmaker competition.