Reggae artist Kenneth Wilberforce Bossman, famous in a reggae strain stage as Black Prophet, has disclosed that Ghanaians do not conclude his talent and strain here in Ghana.
According to a reggae artiste, he doesn’t know since Ghanaians tend to venerate and conclude artistes from other tools of Africa and a universe to a slight of their own, including him.
The reggae artiste, who has been off a Ghanaian stage for some years, told Hitz FM in an talk that he believes his strain fetches him some-more income and opportunities abroad some-more than in Ghana.
The record of a year endowment leader during final year’s BASS Awards suggested that he prefers to live outward Ghana since strain fans out there conclude him so most that he always loves to live among them.
“Love goes where adore is,” he added.
Born on 3 Apr 1977 in Accra , Black Prophet expelled his initial solo manuscript patrician ‘No Pain No Gain’ in Feb 1998 with his subsidy band, a Thunder Strike.
He expelled his second manuscript patrician ‘Legal Stranger’ in 2003, that became an present strike on a Ghanaian strain scene.
In 2007, Black Prophet’s song, ‘Doubting Me’, was named best reggae strain of a year during a Ghana Music Awards
The recover of his second manuscript captivated general courtesy that paved a approach for him to revisit a series of European countries like a Netherlands and Sweden , where he played during several festivals, including Oland Roots , Irie Vibes Festival and Afrika Festival Delft.
He has worked and collaborated with several general reggae artistes, including Rita Marley , Pliers , Don Carlos , Yellowman , Steel Pulse , Lucky Dube , Alpha Blondy , Buju Banton and Dean Fraser , who constructed a strain on his latest manuscript ‘Tribulations’ in Dec 2010. The manuscript facilities a duet with reggae idol Capleton .