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I rep the new generation of artistes —Mickey Lux

BY: Gifty Owusu-Amoah
I rep the new generation of artistes  —Mickey Lux
Mickey Lux

IF confidence was the one thing an artiste needed to succeed, then budding artiste, Mickey Lux may not be far from the mark.

The young singer, signed on to BKC Music has been giving people many reasons to pay attention to his craft on social media since last year.

And now, it seems he is poised for the real deal as he officially announces his presence on the music scene with his maiden single, Aye.

But even before the song makes any significant progress, Mickey is already wooing people with bold utterances about his abilities.

“I represent the new generation of artistes. For everything that Ghana has ever wanted to see in a young artiste, I have it. I’ve painstakingly learnt a lot over the years to fit into what is in demand and I know that Aye will serve the purpose,” he told Graphic Showbiz.

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Aye is an Afrobeat jam and it encourages people not to stress themselves over things they have no control over.

Mickey Lux takes listeners on an interesting journey about how life continues to get tough and encourages people to “live life like there is no tomorrow.”

Produced by Luxirian, Aye also gives listeners a good reason to appreciate Mickey Lux’s voice which complements the song.

Even though he is very confident of his chances in the music industry, Mickey Lux acknowledges that the game is on a different level now and doesn’t need “empty talk”.

“Ghanaian music is doing very well and I’m really excited to be part of it at this time. I know that I got a lot in me and with massive support, I will excel and put Ghana on the international map just as the likes of Camidoh, Black Sherif, Kelvyn Boy are doing.

“It’s important that we don’t look down on our people but support them because the competition is out there and Ghana has the talents for good spots ,” he said.