Entertainment of 2014-03-13

Ghana music industry lacks common sense - Paedae

Paedae, one half of the multiple award winning hiplife duo, R2bees, has vented his spleen on the Ghana music industry describing it as lacking common sense.
Faisal Hakeem, as he is called in real life, took to twitter to pour out his frustration calling for better remuneration, effective institution for revenue collection and a working structure to support and promote Ghanaian music to reach its deserving heights.
He likened the music industry to the Black Stars without a Ghana Football Association (GFA) and pointed out that what the industry lacks is common sense as people with “big brains” rather than “common sense” have been employed to manage the industry.
See some of his tweets

What we lack in the industry is common sense. We've employed ppl with big brains but not common sense

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

What we lack in the industry is common sense. We've employed ppl with big brains but not common sense

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

Imagine Ghana Blackstars without GFA. Musicians are selling our country to the world through music just like football

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

Don't talk to me bout musiga

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

Ghana music industry does nothing for the industry/musicians. Ghana music is what it is solely because of the hardwork of Gh musicians

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

Gh musicians only make money through shows and endorsements. Not cd sales nothing.Radio Tv Pubs Clubs etc play the music for their business

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

What's the job of a musician? Entertain. Gh musicians are entertaining but they r starving bro. Don't believe wat they say in da music

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

They gave us a car? Of what use is our car to obidi or samini or shata wale?? I'm talking bout a collective problem here

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014

Or lord Kenya Rex Omar obrafuor TH4 Kwages. Old greats who've graced this stage. They are retired with almost nothing.

— Money Making Machine (@Paedeezy) March 12, 2014
Source: Ismail Akwei- GhanaWeb
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