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“Ghana Music Has No Future” – Gyedu-Blay Ambolley



Gyedu Blay Ambolley

The music industry's present tendency to copy other artists' work is not good for the industry's future, according to veteran Ghanaian musician .

According to him, artists under the current regime are not pushing themselves to provide fresh concepts that might enhance the established ideals.

Experienced musicians like Burna Boy and others from Nigeria sing to express who they are, which makes them instantly recognizable on the international scene, the seasoned singer pointed out.

According to Ambolley, artists from Ghana who describe themselves as “Dancehall Kings” or sing in patois are not authentic.

He said that this was a sign that the music industry's future was not looking good.

“There is no future [for Ghanaian music] because we are copying more than being creatives. The young musicians want to go into Dancehall music, singing in patois and others but it originates from Jamaica. Have you heard Burna Boy singing in patois before?

“No, the way he sings his songs can be recognized as Nigerian, so there is an identity. Someone created the dancehall genre, and you are claiming you are the ‘Dancehall King of Africa;' what about the one who came up with the idea?” he said.




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