Mr. Prince is an amazing highlife musician, who is well vested in his skill of handling the acoustic guitar and known as an excellent live performer artiste has become the new trend for entertainment news due to an interesting occurrence which took place on Friday June 12, 2020.
Mr Prince started as a contestant of TV3 mentor 7 as Kwaku, then as a contestant of Mtn hitmaker 3 in a group as Ink Africa and became the winner of viasat 1 born stars season 2. He also sang the chorus of Sarkodie’s Mary song and is currently out with new single ‘Show me’. The amazing Highlife artiste was on Kessben TV on Friday,June 12, 2020 for the ‘Music Plus’ show hosted by Nana Osei Kesse who’s popularly known as Mr. Bonez. The artiste was hosted to premiere his new single ‘Show Me’.
The show begun with an interesting biography of the artiste and smoothly continued into a segment of an acoustic session in which the highlife musician flawlessly performed live on his acoustic. The show then took a turn of showcase which was the premiere of the new single, ‘Show Me’. An impeccable video it was which got viewers glued to their seats. Finally, after the video ended, the camera was back on Mr. Prince for more chit-chat about he and his music, leading to the misfortune of Mr. Prince collapsing live on the show. It started as a mere observation of the artiste keeping his hands on his head. Viewers and host thought it was a sentimental expression caused by a reminder of his beginner days since the incident happened after the musician had been asked why his amazing music seems to have been underestimated and unattended to all this time until now.
He kept his hands on his head for a while with his face covered then fell off his chair into the ground and to the demise of the host and management team, failure to wake him up immediately. It took about two minutes to wake him up and when he finally did, he seemed drowsy. He was taken down to the lower floor to a clinic nearby where he was treated with first aid till he regained a little strength to be sent to a hospital and then, home to rest. The artiste seemed to have suffered from high-blood pressure due to stress, from working the whole night in the studios for his music which had been prolonged for a week.
This event may not be misfortunate after all, for this experience shows his commitment to his music and to his fans; for he chose to not miss his interview and disappoint his fans even though he had been working tirelessly to produce good music for his listeners. So, let each reader and observer wish him a speedy recovery.
Source: Kumasionlinegh.com/Lordina (LCJ)