Speaking exclusive in an interview with Blagogee.com, the fact that comedy hasn’t gain grounds does not mean you take comedians for granted because the career of comedian is the most difficult as compared to any other art form.
According to him, a musician will sing one song on several platforms any other day.
He said, I read a review at the just ended Dkb’s Point of view and I saw one thing in Francis Doku’s review, which he was peculiar about it, which were some repeated jokes.
“…Even though its not wrong for a comedian to repeat a joke if a comedian repeat a joke its assume that he or she lacks content or he or she is not up to the task, he asserted.”
He continued that it’s always difficult to come up with content and stay evergreen so there should be value on what we do and what we do as comedians is unique.
He gave instances saying comedy is not like music were fans sing songs of their artistes.
“You have to talk, you’ve to engage, you don’t even know who is in the audience who is broken hearted who is bereaved you have to make them laugh and that is the toughest decision or career as a comedian.
Foster in a fruitful visual recording enjoyed his interview and he is billed for the 3rd time to perform at the 1022 Laughs and Music slated on 6th August, 2016 at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).
The night will have Ghanaian (Foster Romanus, OB, Lekzy Decomic) and Nigerian (Acapella, I Go Dye, Destalker, Kenney Black) come together on one big stage to thrill and rib crack their fans.