Rex Omar

, a legendary Ghanaian Highlife musician, likened the present state of the music industry to the heyday of music. He claims that there has been significant progress.

According to the head of the Music Right Organization (GHAMRO), current advances in the music industry have significantly improved it from a few years ago.

In an interview with Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM, Rex Omar asserted that the globalization of the music industry has led to its expansion. He went on to remark that it has offered many musicians the chance to make money and have their tunes heard.

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“Because of globalization, there are open doors. If people approach it with a business mind, they can make money” Rex Omar said.

The music maestro drew attention to the fact that most Ghanaian musicians devote their entire careers to pursuing fame and fortune rather than producing great music. He advised artists to invest in their careers.

“It is also capital intensive so you cannot just get in and depend on good music. It doesn’t work now. You must have your requisite capital, marketing strategy, marketing plan, and everything and if you have the know-how, you can succeed. So it is better than before but then it is also more capital intensive and you have to understand the business aspect”, he said.

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Source: Dklassgh.com

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