Too Much Pressure In The Entertainment Industry – Medikal Laments

Rapper Medikal from Ghana has weighed in on the nation’s never-ending discussion on the pressure artists are constantly going through.

Some music fans have been calling for huge entertainment venues to be packed, as well as for their music to top worldwide music charts and win prestigious international honors like the Grammy.

The strain is a result of Nigerian music’s recent popularity and dominance, with its musicians selling out London’s O2 Arena, taking home Grammy awards, and dominating charts like Billboard.

The “Omo Ada” singer stated in a tweet that aims or goal-setting appear to have taken precedence over amusement.

He stressed that there is no rivalry in the music industry and urged participants in the industry and consumers to be less demanding of and less demanding of the musicians.

The rapper “AMG” thinks that the primary goal of music should be for entertainment, but that doesn’t seem to be the case right now as the emphasis has changed to a specific objective.

After relative unknown Asake’s recent historic achievement in London, when he packed the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena and also arrived at the venue in a helicopter, the discussion surrounding the music of the two West African nations seemed to have acquired greater traction.

Ghana music is slowly losing its touch and sauce due to loads of pressure exerted by certain group of people. The focus of fun and entertainment is gradually being swayed from entertainment to a target/goal.N/B Music Nobi competition,” Medikal Tweeted.


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