I’m the DJ Khaled of Africa- Smallgod

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Smallgod is a Ghanaian music entrepreneur, and culture and streetwear connoisseur for years who has finally taken a leap of faith to be an artist. His contributions to the Ghanaian music industry have earned him numerous accolades, the most prominent being, ‘Abonten Father.

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Speaking in an interview with Amansan Kraye on Kaslte FM, Smallgod stated that a person can be recognized as a music person by not just singing but also through the investments they have done to promote the genre.

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“Where we’ve reached now in the music business, you don’t need to be used to singing per se to be called a musician because there are so many aspects of music being created,” he said.

Smallgod argued that there are a lot of people who have contributed a lot to music entertainment but are not musicians.

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“There are writers, producers, executive producers and there are so many people that bring the whole thing together so if you understand that then you understand it’s okay,” he added.

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“After all DJ Khaled doesn’t sing but he’s recognized as a musician so I’m like that and I will say that I’m the DJ Khaled of Africa not only Ghana,” he told Amansan Krakye in a one-on-one interview.

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source: www.ghbase.com

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