Ghanaians should support all artistes and not few ones – Bisa Kdei

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Highlife sensation, Bisa Kdei has revealed the reason for eulogizing the hard work of Stonebwoy after releasing his album claiming that without unity, Ghana music won’t thrive.

Bisa Kdei bemoaned the culture of individualism and favouritism in the Ghana music industry in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central.

He revealed “Our elders have a proverb which says a single broom can easily be broken but a bunch of brooms can’t be broken. “Meaning that there is strength in unity. That’s how we ought to do the work.

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“If we start doing favouritism by throwing all our support behind only one artiste whilst other artistes also need support, then we all can’t move forward progressively.

“I hope you understand, so it is good for all of us in the music industry to unite to push Ghana music to the world that’s why I eulogized Stonebwoy for being hardworking in his quest to make Ghana proud”.

Livingstone Etse Satekla aka Stonebwoy recently premiered his fourth studio compilation dubbed ‘Anloga Junction’ which featured a lot of artistes including Jahmiel and Keri Hilson.

The album since its release has garnered impressive reactions from music lovers across the globe, climbing several music charts alongside getting a lot of streams on digital platforms.

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