Mzbel, a seasoned musician from Ghana, recently shared a video of her son performing for his classmates. The young boy is obviously imitating his mother in all of his behavior.
His effortless stage performance impressed some viewers in the comment section, who said Ghanaian performers should take notes from him.
Check out the video below.
The late Castro would have been available on the global market if he had been alive, according to Mzbel, who recently spoke with Fiifi Pratt.
The seasoned musician revealed that Castro used to give her advice on how to approach her music when he was alive.
” I miss Castro a lot and I hope he comes back. He was a hard-working musician who took his craft seriously. If he was alive, he would be rubbing shoulders with Burna Boy on the international market“. Mzbel stated.
On Sunday, July 6, 2014, without warning, one of Ghana’s musical talents left the country. Theophilus Tagoe, better known by his stage name Castro, vanished while on vacation in the town of Ada in the southern region of Ghana.
Together with his longtime friend and the captain of the Ghanaian Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, Castro was on tour at the vacation spot.
Three years later, Gyan, who co-wrote a successful song with Castro, still acknowledges that hearing songs by his missing friend makes him sad.
The Black Stars captain, who openly acknowledged this, spoke with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the Delay Show.
Asamoah Gyan discusses how his group had never been to Aqua Safari before the trip that resulted in Castro’s disappearance.
According to conflicting reports, the musician and his girlfriend, who were riding a Jet Ski at Ada toward the estuary on the specified date, either passed away or were still alive.