It can be very difficult for a celebrity who was once an A-lister to come to the realisation that they are not as famous as before.
Consequently, many are forced to do some crazy things just to get attention from the entertainment industry and former fans. But the thing is: they are just not going to make it like they used to.
Many of these celebrities have tried to make a comeback, but they are not actually accomplishing anything significant for the industry. So, GHBase.com’s Realest Blogger suggests these five celebrities quit music for good and venture into farming or anything profitable.
Born Armstrong Affum, but professionally known as Dadie Opanka was the icing on the cake or better still delightful to watch and listen in the days of freestyles. Thus, the time Sarkodie and Tema rappers were on fire. But Opanka switching from freestyle kind of music to do mainstream music was a curse for obvious reasons.
As we speak, Opanka is seriously bleeding as he has done everything humanly possible to bounce back stronger, but it seems destiny won’t help him any longer. Therefore, we suggest he takes his “control” tools and make some coins or anything better off.
After being crowned as 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards’ Artiste of The Year, the music life and journey of the EL have never been the same! He has tried severally to bounce back with the release of unpopular albums christened “B.A.R”, but hell no. So, we suggest EL concentrates on the production of beats for his colleagues who are doing serious music.
The influx of “Azonto” did magic for Maradona Yeboah Adjei popularly known as Guru NKZ. However, when Azonto was reduced to nothingness, the relevancy of Guru NKZ in Ghana Music Industry has been reduced to nothingness perhaps the reason why he sits on Twitter 24/7 lately dishing out motivations and funny quotes.
Tic formerly Tic Tac
The original “Boy Wonder” of Ghanaian hip hop. It seemed every song the Labone Sec alumni dropped was a chart-topper. His unwillingness to adapt to the new generation has seen him fade into near obscurity. Tic should, therefore, concentrate on the selling of pork and leave music for the new school rappers.
The ‘Makola kwakwe’ hitmaker was a trailblazer in his day with his stunning litany of songs and mastery of the stage. Then followed the dark days of anonymity. He has tried to stay relevant with a couple of decent songs but it is all too obvious his best days are behind him.