Do You All Remember Slim Buster? See How He Is Currently Looking.(watch)
After winning the 1986 National Dance Championship competition, Ebenezer Asare (Slim Buster) entered the music industry. Later, he moved to the United Kingdom to study music and sound engineering. Slim Buster returned to Ghana and chose to pursue music as a full-time career, so he opened his own recording studio in Accra's Darkuman Junction.
Do You Still Remember Slim Busterr? God Has Been So Good To Him, See His Recent Looks. (Photos)
Ebenezer Asare popularly known as Slim Busterr and other names as Bagad, is a Ghanaian musician and a dancer who entered into the music industry in 1986, after he won the 1986 National Dance Championship competition. He later left the shores of Ghana for UK, to study music and sound engineering. On his return to Ghana, Slim Busterr decided to take up music as a full time job, he then established his own recording studio at Darkuman junction in Accra. In 1998, Slim released his maiden album but discovered later
See the savage reply the legendary Slim Busterr gave a fan for referring to him as "Akɔkɔra"
The street out there on social media is seriously dirty and unsafe for those who are vulnerable, because trolling and bullying on that street have really become the order of the day. And it looks as if the group of people who mostly become victims to these demeaning acts are celebrities. Just recently, the legendary musician and dancer Slim Busterr posted a photo of him holding a bottle of liquor on Facebook, this attracted a serious troll by a fan who is identified as Samuel Amanor. Per the fan, Slim Buster
Ghanaian Musician Slim Busterr hit with a bad news.
Please remember to like and follow this page for upcoming updates.The popular Ghanaian a hiplife musician and dancer have been met with very sad news, as one of his team members, (lead dancer and choreographer)Tettey Doo, passes on.
Kwame Dadze slams Slim Buster over his release of "Remix" video of Masherita -Musicians reply
Ghanaian hiplife Legend Slim Buster who thrilled a lot of Ghanaians back in the 2000s has been lambasted over his "remix video" release of Masherita by Kwame Dadzie Slim Buster changed his original song to suit the demands of the Ghanaian public and backed with no choreography as we no him. In this new video ,Slim's vibe is a bit flat and he could have fallen on industry players to assist him to be his former self The new vibe Slim Buster has brought after his long departure from music was said to be outdated.Kwame
Current Photos Of The Handsome And Creative Hiplife Legend Slim Busterr Boost The Morale Of Fans
Ebenezer Asare (Slim Buster) entered the music industry in 1986, after he won the 1986 National Dance Championship competition. He later left Ghana for the UK, to study music and sound engineering. On his return to Ghana, Slim Buster decided take up music as a full time job, hence he established his own recording studio at Darkuman Junction in Accra. In 1998, Slim released his maiden album, but discovered later, that it did not conform to what pertained in the country at the time ;he realised that in order to