Tema based hiplife artiste Yaa Pono has brought out what most musicians are finding it difficult to say to some Ghanaian music industry stakeholders. According to the rapper, the saying that DJ’s in the country should seize playing Nigerian songs is a very selfish one and useless talk.
The Uptown Energy CEO in an Instagram post says people do music to reach people across the globe and that Ghanaian musicians should work hard and stop the argument that Nigerian songs should be banned from being played on air or at events.
He mentioned that Nigerian artistes are humble and invest a lot, hence their policies are working for them.
- “ work hard and stop that assertion that Nigerian songs should be banned from being played on air or at events.” Says the Tema based Rapper
On instagran, Yaa Pono highlighted a post from Nigeria which Medikal and Derby “Too risky ” was awarded number 10 and Kofi kinaata “Confession” number 7 on their chart and he commented below the post saying “They said Nigerians don’t play Ghanaian songs …. I guess these tracks were made by Somalian musicians ”
Below is the instagram post by the CEO of Uptown Energy: