Ghanaian musician Baski Issahaku better known by his stage name as Skuu Bwoy has expressed his desire to let the world know the worth of Ghanaian music.
According to him, Ghana has a lot of rhythms that set them apart from other people from other parts of the world and the time has come to over showcase them to the world.
The dancehall and reggae musician said even though he does not do highlife, his music has a lot of real traditional rhythms from Ghana.
“Ghana music and their musicians are very very talented which they need and deserve more push to the International world. It is all that we have. I am ready to lead that front for the world to know the worth and high amount of talent crowded over here in the country. I can’t do it alone. I will need each and everyone’s support. We need to showcase the world the massive talents we have in Ghana. It has been long, we have been sleeping on our good talents for long and the time is now. Time to make more credence and prove the world that we can’t be left out in the level of showcasing talents. In the primary schools, Junior High schools, the Secondary schools among others, the series of talents crowded there is unmatched. It is even more than one country’s overall main talents which they spearhead on the faces of everyone” he said in a media interaction.
About Skuu Bwoy
Baski Issahaku better known by his stage name as Skuu Bwoy is a Ghanaian Recording Artist, Songwriter, Lifestyle Artist, Social Activist, Artistputon and motivator born in Ejura, Ghana.
Baski completed Amantin senior high in the Bono East Region. He sings in English, and Twi. He also has been recognized internationally by western audiences.
Skuu Bwoy started music back at primary school but made it professionally in 2017. Stonebwoy and Sean Paul remain as his role model.