Ghanaian highlife musician, Lucky Mensah has described the late Charles Kofi Amankwaa Mann popularly known as C.K Mann, as a man who attained a legendary status in the music industry.
According to him, when he decided to venture into music, it was CK Mann and some few musicians like Paapa Yankson who served as mentors to his music career.
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Describing the late CK Mann, Lucky Mensah said “I watched him and learned from him. He is my dad. My mom loved his songs and he is part of the people who mentored me including Papa Yankson…”
Lucky who is at the one-week memorial service of the late musician also disclosed that he was present at the event on behalf of the Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherine Afeku.
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He however expressed disappointment in the current crop of musicians who failed to turn up at the one-week celebration of the late highlife musician, CK Mann.
Renowned highlife musician died at GPHA Hospital in Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana after battling an undisclosed illness.
He was 83.
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CK Mann was one of the iconic figures of High-life music and is best remembered for the song, Adjoa Yankee and Ko Ma Monko.