Appearing on Ayekoo on Accra Fm , he disclosed that Daddy Lumba is gradually aging and fading off hence he is ready to take over after the legendary musician.
According to him, Daddy Lumba's performance at the recently held Kabfam legends night clearly shows that he is weak, and thus he is ready to carry on that legacy.
"Daddy Lumba happens to be one of his favorite musicians, and he is delighted to take over from the legend," he added.
He did, however, urge veteran Ghanaian musicians to mentor the upcoming ones in order for them to succeed.
Meanwhile, DeeBwoy has stated that he will release great songs for Ghanaians to enjoy.
He stated that he is ready to take Ghana to the global stage through highlife music.
He asked Ghanaians to rally behind him and give him the attention he deserves so that he can make them proud.
Dee Bwoy is a talented artiste who does authentic highlife genre we know already, and not the one with the blend of R&B.
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