Entertainment of Friday, 11 September 2020
Source: 3 News
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Famous highlife musician Alfred Benjamin Crenstil, popularly recognized as A.B Crenstil, has said the new trend of self-acclaimed highlife musicians is killing the Ghanaian audio genre with modern-day-working day funky instrumentals.
A.B Crenstil promises the new highlife ‘boys’ are producing the genre, which was originated in Ghana, shed its identification with distinctive types of instrumentals and it ought to be pretty stressing to music fans.
He explained to Accra-based mostly Joy FM that “I am let down in the present trend of artistes who have taken the highlife songs. A ton of international genres are mixed with highlife sounds these days, making it come to feel it is adopted and creating not fantastic.”
He added: “You can clearly listen to the individual doing funky music but the particular person will declare he is accomplishing highlife new music.
“These new highlife artistes are killing the highlife style. I am extremely disturbed about this. The only Ghanaian keeping highlife burning is Kofi Kinaata.
“Now I hear to Kofi Kinaata and he is undertaking nicely and bringing again the highlife, which is finding dropped into the program,” he additional.
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