Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame has cried out on the kind of reception given to him by musicians in Ghana.
When asked by DJ Advicer host of Happy FM’s Ayekoo Drive if he was impressed with the reception he received on his comeback into the Ghanaian music scene, he said, “I was impressed with the media’s reception but for some of the artistes, I wasn’t too impressed. I wouldn’t say I expected more but the brotherly love I was hoping to receive from some of the brothers in the industry was not there.”
According to the talented vocalist, he likes to get together, know people and collaborate with them if possible. But some of the experiences he’s had have discouraged him.
“I don’t know how the younger ones feel but I am not here to compete with anybody or take anybody’s place. I believe if God gifts you a talent, He also places you where you’re supposed to be at the right time”, he added.
He asked Ghanaian musicians to be receptive of him and make good music with him.
He acknowledged some industry players and the 4 ‘S’ in the Ghanaian music scene, Samini, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy for the support so far.
Prince Bright, sole surviving member of the Buk Bak music group after the demise of his partner Ronny who has over 2 decades worth of experience in the Ghanaian music industry is back after taking a long deserved break.