I Became An Artist Because I Was Not Getting Recognition From Producing Musicians – Guilty Beatz

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Music producer Ronald Banful popularly known as Guilty Beatz in an interview with R Erskine of Y FM on the mid-morning Show opened up about making his own music.

He said after producing music for a while he realized he was not getting much recognition so he decided to transition to making his own music.

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“I was producing for people a lot and I taught it was time I do my own music after realizing producing wasn’t moving for me until I started my own music which was ‘Akwaba’ which put me out there” he said

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He added that the reaction he got after releasing the Akwaaba video made him realized it was making the waves.

“The reaction I got when we released the animated video made me realized the song has become a hit”, he added.

Watch the interview below.

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