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Prince Bright releases ‘Pioto Photo’ & ‘Small Thing’ first as a solo artist after Buk Bak

Prince Bright releases two new songs, first as a solo artist after Buk Bak. The singles are ‘Pioto Photo’ produced by Jay Q, and ‘Small Thing’ Produced by Boss Beatz. Download on https://princebright.com/ Prince Bright, leader of the multi-award winning group Buk Bak was born and raised in Kokomlemle, a suburb of Accra in Ghana, West […]

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Prince Bright releases 'Pioto Photo' & 'Small Thing' first as a solo artist after Buk Bak

Prince Bright releases ‘Pioto Photo’ & ‘Small Thing’ first as a solo artist after Buk Bak

Prince Bright releases two new songs, first as a solo artist after Buk Bak. The singles are ‘Pioto Photo’ produced by Jay Q, and ‘Small Thing’ Produced by Boss Beatz. Download on https://princebright.com/

Prince Bright, leader of the multi-award winning group Buk Bak was born and raised in Kokomlemle, a suburb of Accra in Ghana, West Africa. After consistent hits in the local and international scenes, Prince Bright migrated to the United States of America to further his education and seek the American dream. All being good, music kept calling until the come-back of Buk Bak resonated with the world with their smash hit song KOLOM. Their success was unfortunately short lived due to the heart breaking demise of his partner Ronnie Coches. 

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Prince Bright has finally broken his silence after all these years to carry on the legacy of Buk Bak. Welcome the new beginning as the legacy unfolds. 

“No mountains too high for us to climb” RC

Prince Bright, leader of the multi-award winning group Buk Bak was born and raised in Kokomlemle, a suburb of Accra in Ghana, West Africa.

After consistent hits in the local and international scenes, Prince Bright migrated to the United States of America to further his education and seek the American dream. All being good, music kept calling until the come-back of Buk Bak resonated with the world with their smash hit song KOLOM. Their success was unfortunately short lived due to the heart breaking demise of his partner Ronnie Coches. 

Prince Bright has finally broken his silence after all these years to carry on the legacy of Buk Bak. Welcome the new beginning as the legacy unfolds. 

“No mountains too high for us to climb” RC

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