Awards-Winning High-Life Singer, Bisa Kdei has made it clear to Ghanaians that he is still relevant and therefore cautioned them to desist from saying his career is dying.
In an interview with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based Radio Central, which Ghface.com monitored, the “Mansa” revealed how he becomes unhappy when people say he is fading.
“Ghanaians should stop saying that, it’s not a good thing to compare new artistes to old ones. Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede have been there for all these years, did they face the same problem during their time, some of them haven’t released songs but they play shows. I’m doing my part to push high life, it took me two years to come up with my new album so I will never accept that I’m fading”.
The “Brother Brother” singer went on to advise Ghanaians to support the high life genre and stop judging people’s career and position. High-Life is not dying as far as he is alive, he will continue to push it.
Bisa Kdei is currently promoting and touring with his new “High Life Konnect” album.