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DJs and Presenters focus too much on ‘disposable songs’ – Lucky Mensah

DJ’s and Presenters’ focus too much on 'disposable songs' - Lucky MensahLucky Mensah, one of the country’s prolific highlife musician who announced his presence in the industry in 1993 with his maiden album. The highlife star who is known for hit songs Old school, Adu sumo kwadu, Nkratuo, Aboogi among others having eleven albums to his credit has hinted the release of his 12th studio album.

The Nkratuo hitmaker, a controversial song which was tagged to the behavior of former Late President Prof.John Evans Atta Mills.

Ask why he has not been consistent in the music scene, the musician opined that the current crop of DJ’s and Presenters’ focus is on the new trend which he termed as disposable songs.




He said, it will be good for the presenters and DJ’s to assist in promoting the highlife music which is our original song in other not to lose our heritage.




In an interview on the work and happiness show on A1 Radio with the Worshipper, the highlife singer encouraged up and coming musicians to emphasize on our indigenous music which is the highlife.

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