Being a Ghanaian musician and gaining the support of your own colleagues in the industry has always been the dream but always remains a nightmare as some musicians continue to exercise trivial hate on their colleagues.
Ghanaian hiplife and hip-hop rapper, Dadie Opanka has revealed how some musicians in Ghana just hate to see their colleagues progress.
In an interview on Ghone tv, the rapper openly disclosed that Ghanaian musicians are their own enemies, very selfish and unsupportive.
“It’s very difficult for a Ghanaian musician to support his fellow colleague, It has always been I’m the first artiste to do this and the first artiste to do that and has nothing to do with us as Ghanaians”
Unlike other musicians in other countries who scratch one another’s back to fight for a common course, Ghanaian musicians still lack the unity to make Ghana music lucrative and enviable.
“Ghana Music Industry is about who you know”
In accordance with some rumors lingering, Opanka alluded it won’t be easy for an up and coming act to break through the music scene in Ghana without knowing anyone.
Passing a bit of advice to colleague musicians, the Opanka Army commander called for unity to coexist among musicians to be able to fight a common course.