Chief Boateng Osei Bonsu, also known as Tulenkey, the Ghanaian rapper, has highlighted one of the most stressful and irritating aspects of being a Ghanaian musician.
It is customary for young musicians to assist top performers before breaking into the public, according to him. He stated that they would have to “kiss the a$$e$” of some musicians before being granted the chance to make it big.
Tulenkey confessed that he had been a victim of such circumstances in an interview with Okyeame Quophi on Angel FM. He claims that anytime he expresses his viewpoint, he is labeled as rude since he refuses to kowtow to other musicians before breaking into the market.
He stated that certain artists have made their brands autocratic, making it harder for new artists to express themselves.
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