Veteran musician, A.B. Crentsil, says he has not regretted making the song Moses which generated so much controversy in the country.
The musician told Fiifi Pratt on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that the controversial song was his greatest hit.
Arguably one of the greatest musicians this nation has produced, A.B. (real name Albert Benjamin) rocked the boat in the 1970s with the song Moses which became an instant hit, but generated a lot of controversy as many considered it profane.
However, the musician believes the song was taken out of context because it was not profane as speculated.
The song he noted was banned from being played on national radio by the then government of Kutu Acheampong.
He told the host the red sea, the rod and all other things I referred to in the song, are in the bible.
He said he was only being creative as a musician.