Legendary Ghanaian Hiplife musician and singer, Prince Bright of ‘Buk Bak’ fame has revealed that he’s still not gotten over his music partner, Ronnie Coaches’ death.
Though Ronnie Coaches was his partner in music, according to Prince Bright, he saw him as his blood brother due to the connection they had that date long before they became the popular music duo.
In an exclusive interview with Nkonkonsa, Prince Bright recounted how he met the late Ronnie Coaches.
According to the singer, Ronnie was a school mate as they both attended high school at the Accra Technical Training Center, (ATTC) where he was studying Painting and Decoration whilst Ronnie Coaches was studying Auto-Mechanic.
Speaking of how life has been after Ronnie Coaches’ death, Prince exclaimed that his death has extremely affected him.
He described the rapper and dancehall singer as one who was passionate about music and the ear in the group which was formerly made of three members, including Shooter.
According to the ‘Ofeetso’ singer, he lost himself and vowed not to continue doing music after Ronnie Coaches and further shared how he battled depression for several years because he was extremely hit by his death and up until today he has not gotten over his brother’s death.
“love him to death, I wish we had more time together cos we were about to change the face of Ghana music forever but I thank God for the sharp minds we have in the industry right now” he told Nkonkonsa in an exclusive interview.
Watch the full interview below;