Singer/ rapper Bright of defunct hipline group Buk-Bak, has taken to Facebook Monday November 21 to mark three years since partner Ronnie Coaches passed.

In the emotive post, Bright (who has seemingly taken a step back from public life) admits to what a life-changing experience loosing his longtime friend and creative partner has been,  cautioning all to not hold back their affection towards those they love as the future is unknown.

Originally comprising  Prince Bright, Isaac Shoetan and Ronny Coaches, they are among Ghana’s first rap groups, releasing their debut, KomiKἐKena in 1998 to wide acclaim. Awἐnsἐm ( 2000), Nkomhyἐ ( 2001), Sika Korkor ( 2002) and Gold Coast (2004) before embarking on solo projects. The returned however, for Fisherman Anthem – Global One Entertainment (2012), not long after which Ronnie passed.

Bright is reportedly teaming up with ex-VIP member Promzy to make a return into the music industry.

Below Bright’s unedited Facebook post.


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