“This song has no rhythm, no swagger, no comma, no full stop”. Worry not because I’m not talking about your favourite song here.
The above is an ad asking people to vote for their favourite musician in the upcoming Ghana Music Awards to avoid disappointments. I like the approach in the ad; it talks about what I’m writing on.
When one looks at songs that have been churned out every now and then in Ghana, one doesn’t have to be a music scholar to know that most of these songs are below standard.
I’m sure we can all pinpoint the good and the bad songs in Ghana.
By then what is good for you would not be necessarily good for the next person but surely there are several ingredients that makes a song a good song for people to enjoy.
What are the ingredients for a good song? Let’s get talking…