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I support the ‘Ghanaian artistes are hungry’ movement – Mr. Drew


Amusement of Friday, 19 June 2020

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Remarkably Spiritual Music signee Mr. Drew has thrown his weight at the rear of a motion started by leading musicians in the country who are crying out for greater ailments for creatives.

In accordance to the hitmaker, Ghanaian musicians are essentially hungry, but some individuals are terrified to admit it.

Musicians like Shatta Wale, Edem and a host of many others have mentioned on quite a few situations that Ghanaian musician are indignant, a submission that didn’t go down perfectly with so quite a few of their colleagues.

Mr Drew, nevertheless, indicated that the movement does not recommend that musicians n the nation are lousy, but a collective combat to produce a conducive ecosystem for functions to prosper economically.

The ‘Dwe’ singer was on the Starr Drive with Godfrey Ainoo Wednesday.

The artiste who stirred controversy right after his ‘Eat’ song that includes Stonebwoy was taken off YouTube above copyright statements said he was spending extra interest to finding his audio across the shores of Ghana.

According to him, he is worn out of Ghanaian musicians remaining tagged as community champions.

“I have a modest enthusiast base in the United Kingdom and United States and I hope to fortify the supporter base in these two nations and distribute my wings to other sections of the world,” he observed.

The act who believes he is the biggest musician in Ghana pointed out his major challenge with the audio field has to do with how revenues are getting tracked on the web by GHAMRO.

He expressed his desire that additional focus is compensated to it due to the fact several Ghanaian artists are ‘hungry’.

Mr Drew is currently promoting his new track with afrobeats sensation Kelvynboy titled ‘Later’.

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