King Promise, KiDi, Kuami Eugene and others should be deep in their lyrics – Highlife legend Nana Tuffour

Nana Tuffour, King Promise, KiDi, Kuami Eugene
Nana Tuffour

Highlife legend Nana Tuffour a.k.a. 9-9-2-4, a renowned singer has mentioned he will want to work with the young folks in the music industry like King Promise, KiDi and Kuami Eugene.

The “Odo” hitmaker said that, the new guys in the industry are on point and are doing well in the scene. He mentioned that, even though the King Promise, KiDi and Kuami Eugene do not elaborate their content when singing, he feels their doing good and have to work on their lyrics.

Speaking on DayBreak Hitz with Andy Dosty, Nana Tuffour explained why he said artist should elaborate their lyrics in their songs.

“To make something a feel, be clear enough to make someone understand something. You saw how I started with Aketekyiwa. It should be deep and be explained into details.” He explained

“We are not doing anything wrong but it is like we are putting square pegs in round holes. Just that back then, artistes used to do everything themselves. But now, we have managers for artistes and other people. There’s division of labor. Unlike before.” He continued

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