Hip-life artist Prince Bright has asked his fans and music lovers to expect a different style of music from him when it comes to music in the coming years.
According to the artiste, he has a lot to offer in the music industry.
Prince Bright is one-half of the music group Buk Bak who recorded lots of hits in the 2000s. A few years ago, he lost his other half Ronnie Coaches and has embarked on a solo career since. His latest project was with rapper Sarkodie.
In an interview with Accra based GNA, the artiste disclosed that he has gained a lot of experience over the years as an artist and with the availability of new media, he believes that his dynamic skills and craft which he will fuse in his music will push his works out to the world.
“The music industry has certainly evolved over recent years with the introduction of digital media. You don’t have to strive hard to make people hear your music, unlike in the past, so every musician is afforded a huge opportunity to make it and to even transcend the borders of Ghana.
“I have a lot to offer the industry considering my experience over the past years and I feel renewed and people should expect something different from me this time round even though it is quite unfortunate I don’t have my partner Ronnie around. But he always told me to keep pushing and I want to maintain the legacy we created together”, he said.