WATCH: PSV Player, Memphis Depay Sings “Bisa Kdei’s Brotherhood”

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Memphis Depay, known simply as Memphis, is a Dutch footballer who plays as a winger for Dutch club PSV and the Netherlands national team.

In a video he shared on his timeline, the PSV winger was seen singing Brotherhood, a song by Ghanaian high life singer, Bisa Kdei.

This comes not long ago after Eudoxie, wife of American rapper, Ludacris was seen singing Diabetes, a song by Keche which features Bisa Kdei as well.

It seems these foreign celebrities are following the works of Bisa Kdei than we expect.

Bisa Kdei, is making Ghana proud overseas with his classic masterpieces.

From his hit “Azonto Ghost” to “Ayi”, “Me Tamfo” to “Odo Carpenter” and now, his co-recorded inspirational Highlife single “Brotherhood” released in 2014

The 21-year old Dutchman was spotted in a viral video uploaded to Twitter no the 28th May 2015, while singing the song which was originally recorded by Bisa (Joshua and Bisa Kdei) group.

Italian kid, Filippo Sansalone, was the first foreigner who exposed Bisa Kdei’s songs abroad and since then, many have shown interest in his arts.

New reports claim Memphis Depay might be moving to Manchester United FC some few weeks ahead.

The 21-year-old speaking to the Dutch Metro newspaper said, “I still can’t sign my contract at United until the transfer market opens.

“I’m actually still at PSV. It is a special situation because I’ve still not been officially presented.”

Watch the video of Memphis Depay singing Brotherhood below..

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