According to a Flex Newspaper report, the song should have been released in May this year but due to certain technicalities, the song was rather released in July.
“When I programmed the instrumentals of the song, I had an inner conviction that the song would be a hit. I said to myself that this song is going to put Ghana on a different level so I kept thinking of whom to give the song to for mastering.
“I sent the song to Kaywa for mastering and he blessed and assured me that the song would make it on the music scene. I have a long term relationship with Kaywa but for once, it was very refreshing to hear him endorse Mansa as the true meaning of highlife,” he said.
Bisa whose real name is Ronald Kweku Dei Appiah, started his music career as a rapper in a group called BISA (Boys In Serious Action). He later decided to embark on a solo project when he found out he could do better in singing.
Movie producer Afra Marley who spotted the talent in Bisa introduced him to his other colleague and that was how Bisa’s success story began.
Bisa has done sound tracks for movie producers such as A.A Productions, Paul Gee, Miracle Films and Pat Thomas. However, it was the movie, Azonto Ghost, that brought him into the limelight.