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Bisa Kdei speaks about Ghanaian promoters’ negative impact on the music industry

Ghlagatin 3 weeks ago 0

Highlife singer Bisa KDei has opined that some shenanigans from Ghanaian promoters have ultimately stalled the progress of music in the country.

The ‘Mansa’ hitmaker notably brought up the claim made by some promoters that no Ghanaian singer could fill the prestigious O2 Arena in an interview with Accra FM.

He said such baseless claims only insult the hard work and dedication of Ghanaians.

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Bisa KDei underlined the significance of showcasing the positive parts of the music industry to inspire artistes to pursue excellence,

The award-winning singer also declared that even foreign artists travel to Ghana to learn from our rich musical history, and he firmly thinks that no one should denigrate our profession.

“There were instances where international visitors came to experience Ghanaian music but ended up being exposed to other genres instead,” he remarked.

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Bisa Kdei further argued that negativity from promoters discourages investment in the music industry.

“Some promoters claim that no Ghanaian artist can fill the O2 Arena, continuously undermining the efforts of Ghanaian artists,” he said. Let’s highlight the positives to inspire others to excel. No one should disparage our music because some foreign artistes even come to Ghana to learn.

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Bisa Kdei emphasized the importance of promoting positivity and recognizing the achievements of Ghanaian artists on a global scale, drawing a comparison with Nigerian musicians.

He emphasized the skill and dedication of Ghanaian musicians by calling out those who denigrate the country’s musical heritage.

Furthermore, he bemoaned Ghana’s lost opportunity to use the Year of Return campaign as a springboard to introduce the nation’s music sector to a global audience.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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