Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah better known by his stage name Bisa Kdei is a Ghanaian native solo singer and record producer from Eastern Region.
Bisa Kdei is the first Ghanaian artiste to break into the limelight with a movie soundtrack.
Musically, Bisa Kdei has had successful collaborations with top musicians in Ghana, Africa, and the World at large. Some of these Ghanaian musicians Bisa Kdei has worked with include Sarkodie, D-Black, Efya, Obrafour, Kwaw Kese, M.anifest, Stonebwoy, Medikal, Becca, E.L, R2Bees, Samini, Irene Logan, Kofi Nti, DeeVS, Keche, Lighter, Patoranking, Reekado Banks, Lola Rae, Tach-Noir, JRio, and others.
Bisa Kdei self-produced some of these collaborations from his studio; Chingam by Sarkodie, One of Your Own by Efya, Pimpinaa by Obrafour, etc.
Bisa Kdei has cited Nana Ampadu, J.A. Adofo, Dr. Paa Bobo, Daddy Lumba, Nana Acheampong, and others as his musical inspirations.
Bisa Kdei has stated that he hopes to transform lives not just in Africa, but the rest of the world and above all, to raise the flag of Ghana and be one of the strong pillars people can think of.
In November 2020, Bisa Kdei’s remix of his "Asew" song originally released in 2018 was used as a soundtrack in Netflix’s 2020 Christmas movie, "Jingle Jangle" He was recruited and composed music for the movie alongside Usher Raymond, John Legend, Phillip Lawrence, Davy Nathan, and Michael Diskint. In August 2021, he met David E. Talbert and his wife Lyn Sisson Talbert who were the producers of the movie 'Jingle Jangle'.
Bisa Kdei identifies himself as a Christian. He believes every religion has its own leader and with that, he loves and respects everyone regardless of religious differences. Bisa Kdei reflected his Christian faith in his Gospel song titled "Give It To Baba". On several media platforms, Bisa Kdei has stated, "I give it all to God because he is the reason I am here now."
It was allegedly reported that Bisa Kdei and Becca were in a secret relationship. The two musicians have denied claims by the media.
Bisa Kdei lost his mother on August 19, 2015, inside Cocoa Clinic. The same day he released the music video for his single, "Mansa".
On March 14, 2018, Bisa Kdei was featured on the cover of WatsUp Magazine.