Nigerians Are Sharper – Rudeboy Of Psquare Fame Reveals Why Nigeria Music Over Shadows Ghanaian Music

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Rudeboy of the defunct music group Psquare, has opened up about why Nigerian music always over shadows Ghanaian music despite being the originators.

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This argument and discussion of why Nigerian music is out there and gaining international heights more than Ghanaian music has been up since Adam.

Various industry players have given their views and opinions about this issue, and Rudeboy has shared his honest opinion about this as well.

According to him, Ghanaians are not sharp unlike them Nigerians, admitting most of the sounds they use are from Ghana but they are sharper to uplift it.

He also said Ghanaians base and focus on trends without trying to develop the trend that is making waves at the particular moment.

Sighting an example, Rudeboy said they as Nigerians, when a new sound comes, they develop it by exploring it in various angles.

From his point of view, this is what makes Nigerian music over shadow Ghanaian music despite being the originators.

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Listen to what Rudebwoy of PSquare fame has to say about Ghana’s Entertainment industry. Do you agree with him? ??????




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