KBKB music boss, Kwabena Kwabena, whose real name is George Kwabena Adu has waded into the controversy of the increasing beefing in the Ghanaian music industry stating that he feels that it is totally unnecessary and as a result, it should not be given the amount of attention it gets any time it springs up.
The musician and guitarist, who recently signed to Loggy entertainment made the point that he believes that the many beefing do not put the music industry in Ghana in the proper light. Kwabena Kwabena adds that the cooperate world is always looking at what is happening in the music industry and that the negatives these beefing bring prevents the industry from getting the needed support.
Kwabena Kwabena also adviced his colleagues on the brand new ‘Zionfelix Uncut‘ that if someone in the industry does things that are hurtful to their brothers, both parties should learn to say sorry and move forward. He also stated that many industry players, who may have been involved in this beefing will confirm that he usually calls them to take it easy.
When Zionfelix asked him what he will do if a colleague decides to go on radio and claim that he is poor. Kwabena stated that he will let it slide. He quoted the Akan proverb “until you get to see what someone has in his or her farm, you don’t sit in your farm and clime to be the best”, to buttress his point.
Watch the full interview below…