Cut GH Artistes Some Slack Over Grammy Awards – Reggie N Bollie To Critics

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

UK-based Ghanaian music duo, Reggie N Bollie has condemned those who are trolling artistes in the country for not winning a Grammy Award.

The duo, Reggie Zippy and Bollie Babeface in a post sighted told critics to cut the artistes some slack.

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They indicated that being a successful artiste in a fucked up industry is not easy.

Instead of trolling the artistes, Reggie N Bollie said they should blame GHAMRO, MUSIGA and others.

According to them, the issues and challenges are far more complicated than an artiste winning a Grammy Award.

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The duo wrote on Instagram: “For those of you trolling Ghanaian artists for not winning any Grammys over the weekend, do you also realise that Shatta Wale would’ve been the Grammy award winner alongside Beyoncé if Beyoncé’s team had submitted “King Already” instead of “Brown Skin Girl” which featured Wizkid? Burna Boy’s album was executive produced by P.Diddy on a major global record label so please cut GH artists some slack cuz being a successful artist ain’t no joke especially when you’re doing it in a fucked up industry.

“If you have anyone to troll or blame, then please direct it to the non-performing Ghamro, Musiga, creative arts ministry and the owners of all the major commercial radio n television stations, Telcos and online platforms who have made it a point not to make our music industry function properly by paying their fair share of royalties that are due to music makers and investors for the use of music.

“An industry which doesn’t have a clear and definitive way of generating revenue will never attract the best of investors around, hence our generational poverty stricken music industry. Our issues and challenges as an industry is far more complicated than any individual artist from Ghana going to win a Grammy. TIME TO GO TO WORK AND FIX OUR PROBLEMS AT HOME BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE IF NOT ALREADY.🙌🏾🙌🏾”

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