It is widely believed and said among Ghanaian entertainment critics that most Ghanaian artistes especially the new crop of hit-makers lack the skills of stage performance. One of such people who has been severely criticised for his stage performance is ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ crooner, Kurl Songx.
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The young budding artiste has been tagged as a lazy and dull performer but reacting to the assertions, Kurl Songx said he is actually the best stage performer contrary to what critics have been saying.
Kurl Songx further mentioned that as an artiste, he tries to connect with his audience rather than jump around.
According to him, he usually tries to know who he is performing for before he does anything on stage and not just jump around when he is on stage. Citing a corporate event as an example, the super talent said it wouldn’t make sense to jump all over the stage when performing at a corporate event.
“I am an artiste, before I get to the stage I need to know the kind of people I have to perform with, there is no way I will go to a corporate show, with corporate people and you expect me to jump around”
Kurl Songx said he believes Ghanaians have not paid attention to his performances because he can confidently say he is the best live band performer. He challenged anyone who thinks he is better than him to take the stage and prove it to him.
“I think people haven’t really paid attention to my performances, honestly, let me tell you confidently that when it comes to performance as in Live Band performance, as in young guys coming up, I see myself as number one, an if anybody sees themselves as number one the stage is there, it is not about hit songs”, he said.
Kurl Songx is out with his first single in 2018 titled “Trumpet” which has been highly endorsed by industry players and media personalities such as Andy Dosty, Afia Schwarzenegger and a host others
By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana
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