When it comes to music, Africans never lack in producing the better ones and as for the best artistes, you already know we've got the best. Ghana has got many musicians or artistes doing different categories in which they turn out to be the best and this has really boost our recognition across boarders.
Highlife happens to be one of the best genres that gets people dancing and humming to its tune each time it is played, it is cherished by the Ghanaian community. Notable among the highlife musicians in Ghana are Kumi Guitar and Akwaboah and at times, Kuami Eugene.
But someone else is popping up and is really blowing the minds of Ghanaians already. He is called Sage Musik, a young teenager who also believes in using the power of highlife music to motivate the present generation.
He has actually done a couple of freestyles and they all got people talking positive vibes about him. He calls himself the "Michael-Jackson-reincarnated" highlife musician as he looked a lot like young Jackson in a recent shot. People are praising him already and he is going viral as he recently released a song dubbed Miracle. Check it out.
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