Highlife veteran, Rex Owusu Marfo (Rex Omar), has shot down desires for doubters that he ought to resign from dynamic music for the more youthful age.
A vehement explanation by means of Facebook as of late, makes them ask why he should stop as kindred African greats as Salif Keita, Alpha Blondy, Ebo Taylor, Freddie Meiway, and Richard Bona are for the most part enthusiastically trekking the countries with their music in spite of their propelled age.
The GHAMRO boss, a multiple-award-winner famed for classics as Abiba, Tokota, Da Di Da Da, and Dangerous, as well as recent cuts as Nhyira and Hilife Agogo also stresses that creativity knows no age, and so cannot be forced to cease music.
Authoring and performing music for 35 year, Omar, 53, is currently on a “one month one banger” streak, publishing new material every month. His next offering, Why Where Who is expected to land next.