Prince Bright is grateful to Ghanaians for giving him the chance to continue from where he left off.

Until Ronny Coaches died in November 2013, Buk Bak was best described as one of the vibrant music groups to come from Ghana. Leaving the only surviving member to hold the fort but he also took time off the music scene to grief.

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The music duo, back then, was a force to reckon with. Treating Ghanaians to great music and helping to bring up new acts into the industry were not mundane tasks for them.

Coming back into the Ghanaian entertainment industry to stay after such a long hiatus as Bright Prince’s will take divine intervention –many have tried yet died off again after dropping one or two songs.

However, the norm did not apply to Bright when he returned with quite a few bangers, his comeback was solidified when he jumped on Sarkodie’s 2019 monster hit, Oofeetso which is still topping charts this year.

Prince Bright counting his blessings has seen the need to thank Ghanaians for the warm welcome they have given him. So he took to Twitter to pen an emotional appreciation note.

He tweeted, “I see all the hard work you’ve all put in to reinstate my comeback in the game. My gratitude may not be enough but know from the depth of my heart that it means a lot to me. Thank you all and God bless you! Prince Bright.”

Price Bright’s latest song on the radio is ‘Bangladesh.’

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