“I Make Disciples And They Stick With Me For Life”-Highlife Legend, Kojo Antwi Says
Ghanaian Highlife maestro, Kojo Antwi, popularly known as Mr. Music Man has explained why he has been able to register his presence for the last three decades, saying he is a disciple-maker, thus any disciple he makes sticks with him for life.
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In an exclusive interview with Joy Entertainment’s Kofi Hayford, the ‘Afofanto’ hitmaker expressed gratitude to his fans for making the night unforgettable, demonstrating facial expressions and gestures.
“I win disciples and they stick with me for life. They are not just for moments, albums, or trends. These are people who truly love my music. I don’t have the words to describe how it makes me feel. I just thank God and I thank them”, he said.
Kojo Antwi also revealed that he was eager to give additional musical sermons to his disciples that night since there is nothing more rewarding than playing for people because he can almost feel their love in the air.
In other news, a social media user has intimated the fact that there is more pertinence in a Ghanaian musician collaborating with a Nigerian musician on a song than working with an American artist.
His submission comes after the Ghanaian rap king, Michael Owusu Addo, well known as Sarkodie hit the studio with the American rappers, Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper to record a potential hit song.
Chance The Rapper had earlier revealed his intentions to meet up with Sarkodie amid his trip in Ghana. Shortly after he made his wish, he had it granted as he linked up with Sarkodie in Accra.