Creative Ghanaian singer widely known as Bisa Kdei, known in real life as Ronald Kweku Dei Appiah, has reiterated his support for indigenous highlife music genre, that he will not allow it to perish as lots of entertainment pundits have pronounced.
The 32-year-old artiste known for his hit songs such as ‘Mansa’ and ‘Brother Brother’ made it clear on Amansan Krakye ‘Drive Show’ on Radio Central that, as far as he is alive and working very hard to the apex, he will not sit slothfully for our Ghanaian music genre highlife to collapse without him doing anything about it.
According to Bisa, his travels around the world has proved to him the love people from all spheres of life have for the highlife genre. He stated, ” It’s been two years now since I released an album and as a musician, when I am booked for shows, you see lots of artistes who admire our Ghanaian genre of music dubbed ‘Highlife’ [because of this] it was important for me to connect with these great talents to aid me to release my third album,”.
The third successive album of the artists dubbed ” Highlife Konnect” features artistes from Cameroon, Togo, Zambia and Nigeria.
Bisa promises fans to continue with the launch of the 15-track album in the United Kingdom, USA, Canada and other European countries followed by his Music Tour in some selected countries in Africa. He finally urged his fans to grab a copy of his album online via ITunes, Spotify and host of others.
Some of the artistes on the album include Sarkodie, Patoranking, Kumi Guitar, Yaa Yaa, Mayorkun, Reekado Banks, Zambia’s Oc Osilliation and Cameroonian Stanley Enow.