After Prince Bright’s self-imposed exile in our music industry, he wanted a major comeback by riding on Sarkodie’s signature. As a result, the Prince Bright teamed up with Sarkodie and came out with “wish” song.
Indeed, the song titled wish by Prince Bright featuring Sarkodie became the talk of Ghana considering the good lyrical content, flow, graphics as well as concept. However, the relevancy of “wish” song was short-lived, arguably.
This is because barely a week after the release of “wish” which was being enjoyed by majority of Ghana music consumers, Sarkodie also released a song titled Ofeetsɔ featuring Prince Bright. Fast forward, attention switched from “wish” song to Ofeetsɔ.
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Consequently, some people feel Sarkodie has killed the shine of Prince Bright. Remember that after the collapse of Buk Bak, Prince Bright has been conspicuously missing in action. So, his collaboration with Sarkodie was the best time for him to reclaim his lost glory in the music industry.
Reacting to the rumours in town in a virtual interview with Amansan Krakye of Radio Central fame, Prince Bright declared the ongoing rumours as null and void. “If one wins, it’s a win for all. So, if Sarkodie has featured me and the song is making waves, it means Prince Bright is also a winner”, he said.
Besides, Sarkodie informed me before releasing Ofeetsɔ and I gave him the go ahead. Reason I don’t buy the saying that Ofeetsɔ has killed my shine or has outshined my “wish” song.
Watch song below: