Ofori Amponsah Judges The State Of Ghana Music Now And Describes It As ‘Poor’


Ofori Amponsah

One natural thing about life is that people of the older generation would always claim things were better ‘in their day’, and that the young ones have completely messed everything up now.

It’s a cliche, but perhaps a cliche from the legendary ‘Mr All 4 Real’ actually holds some weight.

According to the ‘Otoolege’ hitmaker, the music and beats being served up by members of the current generation of musicians is just poor, which is why there are few, transcendental, timeless songs being released these days. Instead, all the songs die out after about a year or two.

“I know the likes of Bisa Kdei, Kofi Kinaata among a few others are doing so well but the content of our songs and the beats are nothing to write home about these days,” he told Showbiz in a recent interview.

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According to him, the music scene was so ultra competitive during his days that one was forced to be on top of their game.

“The music scene was so competitive that Ghanaians had a variety of songs to listen to making our music scene especially Highlife music stand on its feet.”

‘Pastor Alewa’ promised that this year, he would make a strong comeback to take his place back at the top of the music pyramid in Ghana.



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