International Ghanaian Artiste, Fuse ODG has debunked reports claiming that he advised Ghanaian Djs to not play Nigerian music on radio stations and in clubs.
Taking to his Twitter page to explain himself, Fuse ODG said that the viral reports should be disregarded because he stands for Africa and will never ask that music from other countries to not be aired on radio.
Fuse ODG stated emphatically that what he said was that there should be limited airplay for such music to make way for Ghanaian music because that’s the only way to promote Ghanaian music.
Fuse ODG further disclosed that there is a policy in Nigeria that allows 80% of local Nigerian music to be aired on various media platforms while the remaining 20% is attributed to other countries.
This act, he said has helped in the packaging and selling of Nigerian music.
He however charged Ghanaians to learn from the the Nigerians in order to sell their music to the world stage.
Watch his video below;
Time to address this whole Niigerian music being played in Ghana situation once and for all
This whole Nigeria vs Ghana ting needs to stop when it comes to music. Time to address the lies these bloggers been spreading.#NewAfricaNation
Part 1 pic.twitter.com/Efhl0Do5ox
— Fuse ODG (@FuseODG) November 30, 2019