Prince Bright, the only remaining member of the popular hiplife group Buk Bak says Buk Bak is a much bigger brand than 4×4.
In a recent interview with DJ Advicer on Happy FM’s ‘Ayekoo’ after drive show, he was asked if he would consider joining 4×4 if they invited him to, Bright answered saying, “I would like to carry the Buk Bak legacy because I think it’s a bigger brand for all of us, because that is where we all came from.”
It is no secret that 4×4 is a protégé group that emerged from Buk Bak, but even though the trio are currently working on solo projects, they have over the years worked hard to remain relevant in the music industry releasing hits after hits. They can be counted as one of the biggest brands in the Ghanaian music industry.
Buk Bak before the passing of Ronnie Coaches also paid their dues and remained relevant, never disappointing the fans with their music.
Is Buk Bak a bigger brand because it bore 4×4 or did 4×4 outgrow the mother group to become a much bigger brand?
By: Susan Amoako Agyemang