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Video: High-life music will die very soon – Music Producer

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Popular and renowned Music producer Zapp Mallet has hinted that Ghanaian music genre high-life would soon die.

He made this comment when he took his turn to address participants at the African University College of Communications(AUCC)[THE LOST WORKS OF QUAKES] about the inability of some great artworks to stand the test of time.

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The renowned music producer who has contributed to the growth of that genre asked for the up and coming artists to be groomed so they can be able to take over from legends like CK Mann and Paapa Yankson until that is done the high-life genre wouldn’t last because of the influx of foreign music.

I don’t know why we don’t appreciate ours or whatever is wrong with us. Why do we take foreign things and jump into it, we need to appreciate our own.

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C.K. Mann is gone, Paapa Yankson is gone including some who departed earlier, and very soon Ghanaian High-life will be totally dead because we are not breeding any more High-life musicians.

For life to be continuous, you have to breed, and we are not breeding. I can count the number of people who can play High-life guitar in my hands, so what are we doing? we are killing our arts, we are not breeding and not reproducing.

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