eShun's Claim That Some Musicians Rely On 'Juju' To Produce Hit Songs Is Bogus — Magnom

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Ghanaian producer cum artiste, Magmon has rubbished eShun’s claim that some Ghanaian musicians rely on ‘Juju’ to produce hit songs or stay relevant in the industry.
eShun in an interview on Okay FM a few days ago claimed a mallam once requested for her pubic hair for rituals in order for her to ‘blow’ in the music industry.

According to Magnom, eShun’s claim is bogus because if ‘Juju’ is effective a lot of Ghanaian artistes would have been popular and relevant as a result hit songs powered by ‘Juju’.
Magnom in an interview with Emcee Bebe on Cape FM said;

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“I don’t believe in that juju stuff to champion a hit song otherwise everyone could get up and consult a juju man or better still Mallam for hit songs”.
Magnom, the producer of Sarkodie’s “Illuminati” insisted that;
“It’s all about hard working. Besides, the song should be good, good production as well as promotion. But then, you can have everything right but the song will still not blow as expected. However, the making of a hit song isn’t gambling neither juju”.

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Born Joseph Bulley is a Ghanaian producer who has produced hit songs such as Edem’s “Nyedzilo”, Asem’s “Wasted”, Sarkodie’s “Illuminati”, and others.

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