Young hip-hop prodigy Bennett Bright, also known as Jhay Bhanks, has urged the public and media to support up-and-coming musicians.
He claimed that the support of the public and media will enable him to increase his streams and become known as a new and emerging musical star.
The hip-hop singer stated that more young talented artists, including as rappers, afrobeat artists, and hip-hop artists, are out there and should be nurtured in an interview with Ghana News Agency Tema Entertainment Desk.
He restated that he records tracks with positive feedback because of his hard work and consistency, and that he is fortunate to work with a supportive team and management.
Jhay Bhanks went on to say that DJ Titan’s production of his song “Abandoned Son (Age 12)” was inspired by his followers.
He said that more people have listened to his song “Abandoned Son (Age 12)” on Spotify and Audiomack.
He thanked all of his supporters, particularly the street lads, and said he would release a new song shortly.
After serving for three years in the music industry, the young hip-hop singer once more appealed to investors to help him achieve his objectives.
He was able to perform as a result at a well-known musician Quamina MP music concert last year, and his desire to continue performing inspired him to ask the show managers to get in touch with him for additional musical performances as a means of marketing.
He emphasised that Audiomack, Spotify, and other online music services offer his tracks for streaming.