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If Shatta Wale & Co can make it, why can’t I?- Young Dancehall Artist in Bolga presses on

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A Young Dancehall artist in the Upper East Region, Ragga Star has noted that he has no regrets in doing music though the industry is full of the fittest of the survival kind of thing.

According to him, there are times that he would feel like quitting but will always think of the beginnings of Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy to pressure on.

He said “I usually console myself with the humble beginnings of some of these tremendous artists in the Dancehall genre to hold on. If Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and COs can make it, why can’t I? We all heard their stories and how they started. They are my motivators.”

Touching on the reason, Ragga Star as he is known in the music industry explained to A1radioonline.com that the region still finds it difficult to understand and accept his kind of music (Dancehall Music).

He said many people in the region usually struggle to understand the Jamaican accent used in the song(s), “…so would usually not want to listen to the content it contains despite the great work put in.”

Changing the narrative, the up and coming artist noted that he has begun infusing the art with the local content as well as Afro-pop to make it easier and acceptable for the music lovers in the region.

The Ragga Star whose real name is Issaka Rudolph stated that he currently working on a couple of videos that will soon keep his fans on their feet.

He, however, called on traditional and opinion leaders in the region to support the creative industry to grow and make it measurable to other regions.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz| Moses Apiah| Ghana

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