The Media Is Biased Towards Certain Artistes That’s Why People Haven’t Heard Of Me – Jupiter Laments

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Dancehall artists Michael Okine, popularly known as Jupiter has accused the Ghanaian media of being bias.

Speaking to Graphic Showbiz in a recent interview, Jupiter lamented that the media favoured certain artistes by promoting their songs all the time at the expense of others.

“There is too much favouritism in the industry that is why people don’t see much of me. The media, especially have their favourite musicians who they promote all the time. But that should not be the case.

“You only see few media houses supporting, especially young talents. We have many budding talents doing very well but are denied the needed attention.

“Opportunities should be given to all artistes to exhibit their talents. The focus shouldn’t be on a particular artiste or artistes all the time just because they are controversial and make headlines.

“Favouritism is the reason many talents are left behind and find it difficult get out there”. Jupiter stated.

Irrespective the challenges he faced, Jupitar made it clear that he is not giving up and will keep on working hard to stay relevant in the music industry.

“Even if it will take me many years for people to truly recognise and appreciate me, I will continue to do my part. I always deliver when it comes to performances. I thank God people know I’m very good at what I do”, he added.

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