Ghanaian highlife artiste, K.K Fosu has called for the rebranding of highlife.
According to him, producing more highlife songs would be helpful to highlife musicians.
“We need more voices in highlife and some publicity. Highlife musicians should wake up and find new ways of promoting their music like the new path dancehall artistes are taking, where their music is spread across,” K.K Fosu said.
“We need to flood the industry with more songs and I believe it’s time we brand highlife to suit the system. I also urge entertainment outfits to support the highlife music because it belongs to us,” he stated.
K.K Fosu eulogized Kuami Eugene, KiDi and others for their amazing efforts–which has given the highlife genre a new life.
He also called on the veteran highlife musicians to be up and doing.
K.K Fosu is preparing to release his sixth album titled ‘I’m Back’ in December this year.