Popular artist manager and entertainment pundit Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson also known as Bulldog has said that artists do not need a hit song before they can give a great performance to their audience.
During discussions on United Showbiz on UTV, Bulldog stated that the personality of the artist matters and also, the platform the artist is given to perform on.
“Self-awareness is the most important thing. I always say you don’t need a hit song to entertain a bunch of people. You don’t need it. Your personae when you are on stage, what you do, how you move, communicate, and all matters,” he said.
Bulldog also reacting to the performance of Black Sherif at the 25th edition of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) award, said that the self-awareness of the artist will take him far in his career.
“There are few times I have chanced on his (Blacko) interviews and performances. He sounds highly philosophical. He knows what he is about. So what I saw at the MOBO awards was not surprising. He is on that path already,” he explained.
“After seeing him on the MOBO awards stage, I see him performing at the Grammy’s and all the big stages you can think of. He won’t be timid like the Black Stars,” he added.