The artiste, according to Hitz FM’s report, was speaking from his US base about speculations that he and Promzy were teaming up.
He mentioned that the two of them have something in common, adding that when they team up “trust me Promzy and I will make great team.”
Buk Bak, known for several hit songs like ‘Klu Brofo’, ‘Akwasi Broni’ and ‘Kolom’, was versatile and rapped in Ga, Twi and Pidgin, and was the first hiplife group in Ghana to make a successful career out of Ga music.
Bright reiterated the good relationship that exists between him and Promzy, stating that it could give him the urge to form a great musical group.
He said, “Look out for the unexpected because Promzy as everybody knows is more or less my brother and irrespective of him not being in a group, I would love to grab that opportunity to do something good with Promzy.”
On why he has been away from the industry, Bright said he has not been able to complete any of the tracks that he and Ronnie were working on before the latter’s sudden demise because he gets emotional whenever he tries to work on them and stops.
“It’s been almost two years since the passing of Ronnie Coaches and it’s been a tough two years of painful memories it’s not been easy for me myself but we’re trying to keep hopes high,” he said.
The ‘Kolom’ singer also disclosed that he was working with 4X4 on a new collaboration and would not mind collaborating with other musicians on his upcoming songs.
Born Prince Bright, Bright Bling Sparkles went into hibernation after his partner Ronnie Nii Quainoo, known in showbiz as Ronnie Coaches, died of a heart attack on November 21, 2013 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
Promzy also fell out of hiplife music group VIP a year ago and much has not been heard of him since.
Source: Daily Guide