Ghanaian songstress, eShun has disagreed with her colleague, Cocotreyy on the lack of unity among female musicians in Ghana.
eShun, who was speaking with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’ argued it is not necessary for female musicians to make noise about the lack of unity among themselves.
The ‘Akyea’ composer said such utterances have been rampantly made and she sees it the other way round.
eShun believes a smile is infectious and people will surely smile back if others begin to smile at them first even if they were frowning.
She urged female musicians to exhibit the love and change should start from all those who think there is no unity amongst them.
To her, the female musicians in the country relate to themselves just like what the men do. eShun emphasized that most of them exchange pleasantries when they meet.
She maintained that unity cannot only be measured after people have seen these female musicians pounding fufu or eating together.
eShun added that indifferences is something that exists in society and it is normal.
She also indicated how healthy competition helps the growth of the industry.
Her comment follows the lamentation of Cocotreyy over the lack of unity among female musicians in Ghana in a recent interview on the ‘Uncut Show’ with Zion Felix.
Watch eShun’s interview with Zion Felix below.