All Artistes In Ghana Are Broke And Hungry, Some Are Just Too Proud To Admit It – Mr Drew

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Ghanaian singer, dancer and video vixen Mr. Drew, has thrown his weight behind a movement started by top musicians in the country who are crying out for better conditions for creatives.

According to Mr Drew,  Ghanaian musicians are suffering most of them have too much pride to admit it.

Few months months ago, industry players like Shatta Wale, Edem amongst others admitted that the entertainment industry is struggling and most artistes are broke and hungry even if they fail to admit it.

Adding his voice to the ongoing discussion, Mr Drew in an interview on Starr FM stated that despite the challenges the entertainment industry is facing, some artistes are doing well on individually.

After Mr Drew’s song “Eat” featuring Stonebwoy was taken down by YouTube following a copyright infringement issue, he is ready to take his song to the international market. He expressed how sick and tired he is of being tagged as a “local Champion”  when he has more talent to hit the global market.

“I have a small fan base in the United Kingdom and United States and I hope to strengthen the fan base in these two countries and spread my wings to other parts of the world,” he noted.

The act who believes he is the biggest musician in Ghana mentioned his biggest issue with the music industry has to do with how revenues are being tracked online by GHAMRO.

Meanwhile Mr Drew is currently promoting his new song with afrobeats sensation Kelvynboy titled ‘Later’.

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