The legendary Ghanaian musician, Kojo Antwi, has decried the deterioration of the quality of music in our industry as the years go by.
In a recent interview on Rainbow Radio, the multiple award winning star said as time has gone by, the succeeding generations have lost the musical purity of the past and started releasing nonsense – just people using softwares to aid their voices and engaging in ‘copy and paste’.
‘’When you pick an album from my generation, is not just the music; the art work that covers the music on the album, the content and recognition adds to it. But now we live in a world where musicians are only interested in quantity and not the quality.” Kojo Antwi said.
“Is not about the quality any more but the quantity and that is where my worry is…Technology has made it easy to record so some musicians are being lazy…Some are doing cut and paste, they do not want to learn the rudiments of music…’’ he added.
“The Western world see music as a product and to them, music means gift of life. Music plays a more important role and a gift to the world like food, water and air.’’