Tags : Ghana music industry

The Alliance For Change In Ghana Music

For far too long, the Ghana music industry has seen majority of its stakeholders work very hard but receive very little or no income for their hard work and dedication through no fault of theirs but due to a failed system which gets worse by the years. A lot of Ghanaian musicians, songwriters, producers, instrumentalists, […]Read More

They Called Me Selfish When I Wanted To Change The

Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter, Noella Wiyaala has disclosed how she was treated after she campaigned for change within the Ghanaian music industry. In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the energetic songstress who is known for singing in her native language Sissala, Waala dialects and English said she was tagged as a selfish person when she wanted […]Read More

Build Better Brands And Stop The Beefs – Fantana To

Fantana has given a piece of advice to her colleagues in the music industry. In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net on her Insta-Story, the songstress entreated female musicians in Ghana to stop the beefs and concentrate on building better brands. READ ALSO: Appietus Laments Effect Of Coronavirus Outbreak On Music Business In Ghana She said […]Read More

Mix Master Garzy Reveals The Hardest Truth Within The Ghanaian

Popular Ghanaian sound engineer, Mix Master Garzy has revealed one of the hardest truths within the Ghanaian music industry. In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the award-winning producer said there is no unity in the industry. READ ALSO: Efia Odo ‘Punches’ Bloggers And Ghanaians For Supporting Beefs He, therefore, advised musicians to try and make […]Read More

Shatta Wale Does His Thing Again; Takes To Social Media

In what could have been put out as a perfect peace message to call on his colleague musicians to come together and fight for the betterment of the music industry, Shatta Wale decided to do his usual thing again. In the passionate appeal he wrote on most of his social media pages sighted by zionfelix.net, […]Read More

Kuami Eugene Will Not Last Long In The Music Industry

Fiifi Selah of the defunct music group, TH4 Kwages has said the future of Kuami Eugene in the Ghanaian music industry is bleak. He revealed in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’ that the Lynx Entertainment artiste will not last long in the industry. The ‘Mother Earth’ composer stated that Kuami Eugene’s […]Read More