- Amandzeba Nat Brew says it will be a beautiful thing for him to die on stage
- The highlife musician says he will mentor young musicians even after his retirement
Legendary Ghanaian musician, Amandzeba Nat Brew, has disclosed that the only thing that will make him a fulfilled man is to spend his last breath thrilling his audience.
According to the famous highlife singer, he wishes to exit this earth while serving his audience in a thrilling performance on stage.
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Speaking on Accra-based Hitz FM, the 'Wogbe Jeke’ hitmaker disclosed that although he is about to retire from producing music, he will be available for active stage performance.
“I would not really pull myself out of the scene, I would like to die on the stage, it would be beautiful. It would be fantastic, I mean where else?” the singer said
Amandzeba in his conversation made reference to a Ghanaian guitarist, composer, and bandleader Ebo Taylor, who is still touring the world even at age 87.
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The musician insisted that his love for music will not die off even when he is old enough and unable to walk by himself.
“So I don’t have excuse to sit back and do nothing,” he said.
The Ghanaian legend who has seen it all in the music industry, stated that he will set up a consultation firm to offer good managerial services to young artistes after his retirement.
Amandzeba in the radio interview, lamented that there are too many people walking about in the Ghana music industry with all kinds of titles, yet cannot manage themselves.
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