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Rappers Forced to Sing: Ayesem Calls Out Amerado and Peers Amid Industry Pressures.

Juliet Korkor 2 months ago 0

Ghanaian rapper and singer, Ayesem, has voiced his disapproval of fellow Ghanaian rappers who have shifted to singing, citing the difficulty of sustaining a career as a rapper in the Ghanaian entertainment sphere.

Speaking on Property FM, known for his hit track “Koti,” Ayesem underscored the challenges rappers encounter in securing performance opportunities due to the limited commercial appeal of their music.

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He noted that many rappers have turned to singing in order to enhance their chances of being booked for shows and making a living, driven by the desire for success and financial stability.

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Ayesem attributed this transition to the industry’s preference for commercially viable music over rap, resulting in numerous rappers abandoning their original style in pursuit of better prospects.

He candidly acknowledged the harsh reality confronting rappers in the music scene, emphasizing the scarcity of show bookings as a primary reason for the shift to singing.

Ayesem advised aspiring artists to be mindful of the industry’s challenges and to make strategic decisions to ensure their survival and prosperity.

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