AB Crentsil Reveals Why He Was Using ‘Profane’ Words in His Songs — Read

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Legendary Ghanaian High-life artiste, Alfred Benjamin Crentsil Jnr, better known as AB Crentsil has revealed in an interview that the reason why he was using secular words in his songs was to entertain his fans.

According to the contemporary highlife singer, every good song should either entertain, educate, inspire or it should carry a message that can motivate the listener.

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The 76-year-old Highlife singer also noted that young artistes should try not to put aside our Highlife because it’s what makes Ghanaian musicians unique among other foreign artistes. He said this during an interview on TV3.

AB Crenstil has released songs like “Moses”, “Atia”, “Papa Samo”, “Argo Pay you tomorrow”, “Afia”, “Adjoa” and many more.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

Nana Asempa

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