Celebrated musician, Slim Buster, who has been missing in action in Ghana's entertainment industry has revealed that he left Ghana due to the protracted power crisis (Dumsor).
Slim Buster in an interview with Pluzz FM reveals that he chose UK as his second home because he could not bare the pressures of the power cuts in Ghana as he revealed how the cost of fueling his cars, home, studio and power plant was becoming unbearable and money-consuming.
In 2000, Slim Buster released the album, "Masanaba", which was an instant hit. He followed it with ‘Eye Fe Keke’ in 2001, which featured the hit track, "Mina". He also came out with Baby, winning an award for best video, at the 2002 Ghana music awards.
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