Skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah has stated categorically that he does not feel responsible for the disappearance for his colleague Castro.
He admits he has not recovered from the shock because each time his songs are played, he gets emotional.
“If his songs are played I remember him very much and I get emotional. He really sharpened by musical career. I am emotionally moved by his music and dance to his tracks but I get worried when the songs are played. I really don’t feel responsible for his death”, he revealed on the Delay Show.
According to him, based on the chronology of events and what he observed, he can personally conclude that Castro is not more but is currently waiting for the 7th year to be officially declared dead.
“We cannot confirm it right now because the body has not yet been found but we were there and we know what happened so we just waiting for the traditional authorities, they said seven years. Every time we are playing his song or cracking jokes, we really miss this guy a lot”. He revealed.
Gyan also revealed that he has been unable to release any new music because of his friend’s disappearance.
“I still do music but since my friend got lost, Castro. I decided to just lay back a bit. We had a lot of hit songs that were coming out before the incident happened,” Gyan said.
Castro, who hails from Takoradi, was born in 1982 to Lydia Tagoe, a trader, and Mr Coffie, an accountant, at the Takoradi Harbour. He attended Anglican Primary and J.S.S in Takoradi.
Before he launched his debut album in 2003, he had featured on hip-life group 4×4 hit track, “Ssikletele” which officially introduced him into the local music scene.
His songs such as ‘Odopa’ ‘Seihor’, ‘Africa Girls’ have received awards and massive airplay over radio waves since his death.