Guru Advises Musicians To Stop Wasting Time On GHAMRO

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Over the years, Ghanaian musicians have been criticising the body responsible for collecting and paying royalties, which is Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) for not living up to their expectations. Artistes like D Black, Tinny, Kwaw Kese et al and the latest artiste to add his voice to the growing canker is the NKZ Music front liner, Guru.

 

Hiplife artiste Guru has called on musicians to stop wasting time criticising executives of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) and rather take the bull by the horn by approaching the private sector for support.

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In a series of tweets, the artiste revealed that it’s high time his colleagues stop talking about GHAMRO and some of its executives who’re trying to make things work. However, he attributed the retrogression in the industry to lack of ideas that’s why their complains seems to be cyclical in nature. Thus, the musicians tends to complain about same issues – royalties.

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According to Guru, it’s about time musicians stand up and fight for their welfare rather than depending on GHAMRO. Simply put, there must be more individual investors citing Zylofon media and others to help built the Ghana music industry.

 

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