Popular artist manager and entertainment pundit Lawrence Nana Asiyamah Hanson, also known as Bulldog, has said that artistes do not need to have a hit song before giving their audience a stellar performance.
During a discussion on United Showbiz on UTV, Bulldog said that the personality of the artiste matters and also, the artiste is given a platform to perform.
“Self-awareness is the most important thing. I always say you don’t need hit songs to entertain people. You don’t need that. Your personality when you’re on stage, what you do, how you move. Are, communicate, and all matter, ”he said.
Bulldog also responded to Black Sheriff’s performance at the 25th edition of the Music of Black Origins (MOBO) Awards, saying that the artist’s self-awareness will take him far in his career.
“I’ve paid very little attention to his (Blacko) interviews and appearances. He seems highly philosophical. He knows what he’s about. So what I saw at the MOBO Awards wasn’t surprising. He’s already is on the way, ”he explained.
“After seeing him on the MOBO Awards stage, I see him performing at the Grammys and all the bigger stages you can imagine. He won’t be as timid as Black Stars,” he said.