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Soorebia wooes investors into Upper East Regional creative arts industry

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Soorebia, the leading rap artist in the Upper East Region, has called on affluent individuals to lend their support towards the development of the local arts and entertainment industry. The artist, known for his creative and innovative approach to music, has emphasized the need for investment in the region’s arts and entertainment sector to enable it to reach its full potential.

In a recent interview with Mr. Lexis on A1 Radio’s The Fuse, Soorebia expressed his concerns over the lack of adequate funding and resources for artists in the region. He highlighted the numerous challenges faced by local artists, such as limited access to equipment, venues, and promotional opportunities. As a result, the industry has not been able to grow at the pace it should, despite the vast potential it possesses.

Soorebia believes that the development of the arts and entertainment industry is essential for the overall growth and progress of the region. It not only provides a platform for artists to showcase their talent, but it also serves as a source of revenue and job creation for many individuals in the community.

In light of this, Soorebia has urged well-to-do individuals and stakeholders to invest in the industry and support local talent. He emphasised the need for financial and material support to enable artists to produce quality work and showcase their talents on a larger scale.

The rapper’s call to action comes at a crucial time when the industry is in dire need of investment to grow and compete with other regions in the country. With the support of influential individuals and stakeholders, the arts and entertainment industry in the Upper East Region can reach new heights and contribute to the region’s overall development.

“Talent is not enough. You need a lot of money. Money is power. If I come, and someone gives a DJ maybe Ghc1,000 to play his songs for a week, and I give the DJ Ghc2,000, you be who? You get? Money is a very big deal. Aside that, you need people who know the game. People who know how to spend that money that you have. If not, you can just pack it all up and give it to one person and come and sit. It is money, power, and influence. We can only appeal to powerful people who are here to also begin to look our way and attempt to put money and influence into what we are also bringing up.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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