During an appearance on TV3's Ladies Circle, female musician Sefadzi Abena Amesu, better known in the entertainment industry as Sefa, discussed some of the difficulties Ghanaian musicians encounter in providing their listeners with quality music.
The Black Avenue Muzik signee said that when Ghanaians aren't satisfied with the songs that have already been published, they prefer to put pressure on musicians to make new music.
She underlined that because Ghanaians don't have long memories, they quickly forget about new songs that are made accessible to them and would much rather ask musicians to write new songs.
Sefa went on to say that musicians are under pressure to produce several songs that people will eventually forget because of this trend among Ghanaians.
I want other people to share in my enjoyment of my interests because I do. Even if this is my current job, I still want listeners to leave the songs with the impression that the artist is talented and that they should enjoy them.
“The memory span of Ghanaians is limited. In two weeks, they will be asking for a new song, so if you release one today, they can forget about it. You will release thousands of songs if you follow them, and they won't recognize a single one.