A promising and upcoming rapper in the Upper East region, Clement Ayamga, popularly known as Nambawan has said the region does not have a music industry because there is no seriousness in the entertainment industry in the region.
Nambawan said, “The Upper East does not have an entertainment industry, we are trying to build one but we don’t have one because you see, the seriousness level is very low from both artist and industry players.”
He said artists and industry players did not attach much seriousness to the industry which slows it down in the region.
According to the rapper who spoke to A1 Radio entertainment show host DJ Phatbone D5 Star General, artists in the region are failing to study the relevance and the architecture surrounding music reason the music industry in the Upper East region has not achieved its value and attractiveness.
According to him, industry players ignore the most important stuff and rather take the irrelevant things as important.
He attributed the failure of the music industry in the upper east region to “failing to learn from the bigger world, we think music is just all about writing a lot of sweet words, you will take the whole night to deliver and bring it out, but music is beyond that I always said, we do show, we don’t do showbase, that is what we do here.”
Nambawan concluded by saying they can build a bigger and attractive industry in the region if musicians put seriousness in place but not just always in a hurry to put out anything music for the public.
Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|David Azure |Ghana