From since who knows when, a number of Ghanaian musicians have been pleading and crying out because of the way things are going on in the music industry now.
Ever since some of our big acts down here were awfully welcomed by our fellow Nigerians at an event in their country, a large section of Ghanaians has tasked the government to enforce a law where 80% of Ghanaian music would be played on our radio stations.
In Nigeria, such a law has been passed where radio stations are to play 80% local content and 20% for foreign music. This is surely working for them.
Artistes such as D Cryme, Flowking Stone among others are the few musicians who are campaigning towards the enforcement of the law, and the latest to join is V.O Nation label owner, E.L.
Real name Elorm Adablah, took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction and decided to voice out this time around.
According to him, less foreign songs need to be played on our radio stations, in the quest for more of our music to circulate in the system.
His tweet read, “We need Less Foreign Music on our radio Stations.”
We need Less Foreign Music on our radio Stations.
— ༺L O M I༻ (@ELgh_) September 9, 2018
He is currently out with his newest single dubbed “Ghana Meets Naija”. Go check it out!
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