The other half of popular Ghanaian musician, Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame died with the demise of his colleague, Ronnie Coaches, the musician has said.
The musician has revealed in an exclusive interview with Hitz FM that his music career halted as the news of Ronnie’s death left him depressed over a very long time.
Bright stated that Ronnie was more than just a music partner to him and so his death was a big blow to him.
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“Ronnie’s death really affected my career and at a point, I was confused as to whether to continue or quit music. He was everything I had and actually the one behind our songs so I felt a part of me was dead. He was the mover, shaker and fatherly figure of Buk Bak.”
“I was really shut down and affected mentally, physically and even had to halt a project with Promzy which I’m now working towards getting together,” he added.
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Ronnie Coaches passed on at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital on Saturday, November 21, 2015, after suffering a heart attack.
The duo composed the kolom, I’m going to come, chingilingi and other popular hit songs that were the toast of music lovers.