Ghanaian hiplife musician, Prince Bright says he needs to maintain the legacy of Buk Bak group in honour of his late group member Ronny Coaches.
Speaking in a yet-to-be-aired episode of E Vibes, Prince said he has been motivated by some seniors in the industry and that has kept him moving.
“I don’t think it will start for me because it’s still a journey and I see the co-founders who inspired me, the likes of Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede, Reggie Rockstone,” he explained to host, Becky.
“Brothers which I started with are still keeping the game up to date. I owe it to my Ronny not to let this die and live up to the legacy that he left and also inspire the young ones” he said.
Prince Bright, also known as Bling Sparkles, is the sole surviving member of the Buk Bak music group after the demise of his partner Ronny Coaches.
He tells his story on E Vibes on 26th February at 8:30 am on JoyNews and 4:30 pm on JoyPrime and on 27th February at 10:30 am on JoyNews
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