Reggie Rockstone Talks About Bringing Hiplife to Ghana, the Changes the Genre Has Seen, Being a Member of VVIP & MORE

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Reggie Rockstone
Reggie Rockstone

To some people, Reggie Rockstone (real name Reginald Osei) started a musical genre called Hiplife, but to us, he paved the way for a new generation of talents to find a fitting spot to express themselves…

GhanaCelebrities.Com caught up with the man who brought and defined Hiplife to talk about the movement he started, the changes Hiplife has seen, the musicians he so much loved working with, why our Ghanaian female MCs are finding it difficult to breakthrough among other things…

Interestingly, answering a question on the Ghana Music Industry, Reggie Rockstone stated that, as a result of misconception, we keep throwing out the phrase-Ghana Music Industry when in fact; we do not have an industry. He added that, what we have in Ghana is a music scene…

Watch our interview with Reggie Rockstone below…

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