Highlife Music Is Dead – A.B. Crentsil reveals

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Christopher Agbodo Ranson
Christopher Agbodo Ranson
A Blogger, Journalist and Writer

Music legend, Alfred Benjamin Crentsil, popularly known as A.B. Crentsil has communicated his concern over the nature of highlife music been delivered nowadays.

As indicated by him, highlife music is declining however the future rather looks splendid, adding that it is the main music that genuinely advances the Ghanaian culture.

In an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Accra-based Kingdom Plus 101.9 FM, he said it’s time we re-brand highlife to satisfy the need of Ghanaians.

He referenced highlife music which really advances the Ghanaian culture isn’t getting a charge out of music airplay on most radio broadcasts contrasted for certain many years prior.

A.B. Crentsil added that highlife music can acquire the truly necessary premium if youthful performers put forth cognizant attempts to team up with other experienced musicians to create great records.

He referenced that highlife artists ought to be more inventive and creative with highlife music and imbue their melodies with components that enticement for the young.

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By : Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger /

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