Musician Bisa Kdei has stated categorically that it will be difficult for any Ghanaian musician to break the record he has set in the Hiplife/Highlife space.
Bisa Kdei who is arguably considered by many people as contemporary Highlife king due to his multiple award-winning feat made the point while granting an interview to a Canadian reporter over the weekend.
The young Highlife musician who has a series of hit songs to his credit and repertoire said, “even after my death, no highlife artiste would be able to undo my lifetime record of taking highlife music and its culture abroad.”
Contrary to the above, let me take you back to what happened in 2016 when Bisa Kdei described himself as a “pioneer of Highlife music” in the country.
The above proclamation was made when the “Mansa” and “Brother Brother” hitmaker after receiving an award at the 2016 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) described himself as one of the pioneers of the Highlife genre.
Fast forward and usual of Ghanaians, Bisa Kdei was chastised and as a result, Bisa was forced to apologise completely. So, we don’t know what has come over Bisa Kdei now for him to say that his record can’t be broken even after his death.