Leisure of Friday, 29 January 2021
Resource: My News GH
Award-winning Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah, commonly acknowledged as Shatta Wale says it’s time songs marketplace players speak up in opposition to the injustice in the marketplace.
He claims getting silent about happenings in the tunes business has above the years adversely affected the market and it is essential that gamers speak up now.
To him, every single sector is structured and has management that fights for their legal rights but that are unable to be said about the audio and imaginative arts marketplace in Ghana.
He notes that there are no techniques in the innovative arts industry to control its routines and make sure that creatives reward from their presents.
“There are men and women who have used commonsense and have created it out of songs. But there is a want for us to converse up about the injustice in the technique. If these men and women hold tranquil my royalties are impacted so they need to have to speak up.”
Shatta Wale noted that there are calls to make Mark Okraku Mantey the Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Lifestyle but indicated that he is not knowledgeable what Okraku Mantey has completed in streamlining the industry to make it structured and profitable to are entitled to a Ministerial appointment.
“If we can set our movies on youtube and iTunes for them to pay back us, why simply cannot we drive the President to make the constructions get the job done so that we can get our royalties in Ghana? Imaginative arts participant actors, musicians and actresses why can’t we come alongside one another and power the authorities to composition this factor for us,” he stated in a Facebook Livestream monitored by MyNewsGh.com.