Tunes of Friday, 18 September 2020
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Forthcoming dancehall artiste, Iona Reine, has asserted from her keen observation that Ghanaians do not like tracks that educate.
Speaking in an job interview with DJ Advicer on the Ayekoo After-Generate present, she commented that a great deal of artistes these days are into generating tunes that folks can dance to since that would seem to be the pattern and persons have a tendency to abide by them far more when they go by these music kinds.
“I’ve recognized that songs that are jammable are what people like and as an artiste, if you never take treatment, you will just hold performing all those form of tunes. Ebony had ‘sponsor’, Auntie Wendy has ‘akokra’ and stuff like that.”
“You might think it’s entertaining but what you are accomplishing is you are spoiling the youthful girls,” she mentioned.
According to Iona, she pretty much threaded that path but she imagined it via and understood that it would be completely wrong to do these types of music. She then decided the finest point to do would be to educate youthful girls to work tough.
Iona Reine is a singer, songwriter, performer and a professional midwife. She ventured into music only about a year ago and she already has eight tracks to her title.
Her music include things like ‘Soy la reine’, ‘Late Kwadwo Wiafe’ and ‘Someha’, amongst some others, which can be discovered on her YouTube channel and other new music streaming platforms. Iona was nominated at this year’s VGMA beneath the ‘New artiste of the year’ classification.
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