It is natural to have a strong attachment to our favourite celebs but Highlife artiste Bless' love for his senior colleagues Sarkodie and Samini seems to be over the top.
Speaking with Agyemang Prempeh on Power Entertainment on Power FM last Saturday, the Chocho Mucho hitmaker said the love he has for them is so deep that he can die for any of them.
“I don’t know what these two artistes have done to me but I love them so much that I can die for them. They have won my heart over the years with their music and consistency,” he said.
According to Bless, the level of respect he has for these two artistes is beyond this world and he will make it known to them very soon.
“I have huge respect for these two artistes and I cannot understand why. I listen to their songs most of the time and they motivate me a lot,” he said.
Other artistes he thinks are great are Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy who he thinks are unique in their own way.
Answering other questions, Bless, said it was unfortunate for Stonebwoy to say it will take Ghana 40 years to have artistes like himself, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie.
"There have been good artistes in the past and there will still be good artistes in the future. Let's not kid ourselves that without Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie our music industry will not move on.
"Ghana is blessed with so much talent, there will always be new artistes who will take over from the big guys. The issue is, government is not seeing all this great talent to invest into them.
"When I released Chocho Mucho and promoted it for six months and I saw no progress I was like Ghanaians don't appreciate good music,” he said.
In Bless' opinion, Stonebwoy should be forgiven for his statement because it was said out of excitement.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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