Many fear with the exit of legends like Daddy Lumba and Kojo Antwi, highlife music will eventually die. But singer Terry Asare Boamah, aka Dada Hafco, thinks otherwise.
According to Dada Hafco, highlife will never die, neither has it faded, as many think.
Speaking to Cookie Tee on TV3 NewDay show, Hafco said everything proves the genre is still very much alive as it has received massive airplay in the past decade.
On the challenges facing highlife, Dada Hafco said the main problem is; many of the artistes doing highlife music unfortunately do not want to identify with, as they fear they may be tagged villagers.
“There are a lot of artists in Ghana if the VGMA had not put them in the highlife categories. They would never call themselves highlife artists,” he said.