HighLife is our identity, let’s preserve it – Chief Kofi Sammy

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Pioneer of authentic highlife music, leader, singer and composer of Okukuseku international band of Ghana, Chief Kofi Sammy is not happy about the current state of our indigenous music genre and has urged DJs, radio presenters, awards schemes and every stakeholder to do their possible best to preserve it.

Jamaica is known for Reggae and Dancehall, Jazz is from America, Germany is recognized with Rock and Pop, Ghana is also known for our authentic highlife. Almost every country has a specific style of music which makes them different from other countries. Most of these styles of music depict the culture and beliefs of the people.

In an exclusive interview with Roman Fada on Atinka Fm, Kofi Sammy pleaded with the entertainment industry personalities and Ghanaians not to let their efforts of making the music genre very attractive and more marketable on the international country be in vain.

The “Yellow Ceci” hitmaker is not happy with Ghanaian Dj’s, presenters and the entire music consumers low attention to our very own highlife music and has urged Ghanaians to revive and promote it more because it is our identity as a country

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