Singer Bisa KDei, in an interview with Graphic Showbiz has expressed frustration at how often his stagecraft has been labeled as below par.
In the interview, he confesses that such criticism takes a toll on his emotions:
“The perception that I’m not a good performer appears to have been accepted by many Ghanaian music lovers… I think I should rather be praised for contributing so much to the rejuvenation of Highlife and not be put down with disparaging comments”.
In the interview which was published last week, the Mansa star describes the skepticism as blind as nobody (including industry players whom he has called on) points out specifically what makes his performances poor.
“It is about time Ghanaians stopped this kind of criticism and supported the good work I am doing. It is not easy for a young artiste to break through with Highlife music,” he laments.
“Apart from performing my hit songs, I come on stage with dancers who do smart choreographed stuff and I try as much as possible to entertain my fans. What else do Ghanaians want me to do?”, he wonders.
Bisa KDei, 30, is currently promoting his latest single Jwe, a dance-ready Highlife melody which makes notable social observations.
–Gabriel Myers Hansen/ENEWSGH