Ace High-life musician, Rex Omar probably wants to see his name in the prestigious Guinness Books of Records by saying that he intends to release a release a song every month.
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The singer, whose 1999 hit song Abiba is one of the best song of all time, said he wants to embark on this venture in order to revive the High-life genre which is at the point of extinction.
Speaking in an exclusive interview on Starr FM, Rex Omar said by doing this, the genre will remain relevant and sustain its legacy.
I will be releasing different types of Highl-ife every month. I am trying to redefine High-life. Nobody can deny the fact that High-life emanated from Ghana. All High-life musicians who are giving up should go back to the studios and work.
Highlife started in Ghana but was not played by Ghanaians at the time. It was appreciated by other people in different countries.
Osibisa was not known as a Highl-ife band even though most of their songs were High-life songs. Building a brand is very difficult. The High-life brand has been with us for ages and it’s important we embrace it.