Kojo Antwi Describes Himself As A Blessed Artiste

Kojo Antwi Describes Himself As A Blessed Artiste

Highlife music legend, Kojo Antwi has described himself as a blessed artiste considering his success in music for decades.

The music legend made this statement in an interview with Accra based Hitz Fm’s SUCCESS STORY on Wednesday.

As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, he said he just feels blessed as a musician when he looks at his success as an artist who has been around the world and over and yet hasn’t had any form of danger. “I know I am blessed. If I check how many times I’ve driven, I have not had a scratch. I have toured this nation and I haven’t been in an accident.’

Talking further about his success as an artist, he said it is the grace of God that keeps him moving, irrespective of what happens and at the point he has reached as a musician, he just wants to enjoy his achievements as a musician. “It’s by the grace of God, that’s all I can say. I put a lot of work in my songs. As a musician at this stage, I just want to enjoy what I have done.”


Kojo Antwi disclosed that he still feels the need to work even harder so that generations unborn will hear his good works and patronize him for what he does. “I want to write great songs. I want to write songs that will outlive me. Bob Marley has songs that are popular now”.

Swaying in on the kind of songs done by the current generation of musicians, he said he feels the new generation is in a hurry to release songs, and that makes their songs fade easily. He noted that it was important for the new generation to take time in releasing songs. “Some of the young ones are turning out some great hits, but I feel they don’t allow the fans to enjoy the music. You need to allow the people to enjoy the songs. Songs don’t die.”

Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for https://www.ghlinks.com.gh/ based in Accra-Ghana

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