In the wake of new trends of music taking over the airwaves and the country in general, a prolific high-life musician Lucky Mensah has called for efforts to promote Ghanaian high-life genre of music.
He entreated radio presenters, Disk Jokers (DJs) and all Ghanaians to promote Ghana’s authentic high-life music in order not to lose our heritage.
Lucky Mensah who came to the music scene in 1993, says instead of giving more attention to the new trends of music which he termed “disposable songs” they should focus on promote Ghana’s original songs.
The highlife star with eleven albums to his credit, including hit songs like Old school boy, Adu sumo kwadu, Nkratuo, Aboogi is set to release his 12th studio recording album.
The Nkratuo hit track is a controversial song which was tagged to the behavior of former Late President Prof. John Evans Atta Mills.
Speaking to Worshipper in an interview on the work and happiness show on A1 Radio, the highlife singer encouraged the upcoming musicians to emphasize on our indigenous music which is the highlife.