Ghanaian music producer and musician, Ephraim Beats has derided the sound quality of Nigerian music as inferior compared to Ghana music.
Speaking in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM’s “Showbiz Agenda” show, the C.E.O of Ephraim music opined that most Nigerian songs are bad because they don’t have good sound engineers.
He said, “Ghanaians have better sound quality than Nigerians. Most Nigerian songs are very bad! 90 per cent of Nigerian songs doesn’t have better sound quality.”
He continued, “Look, if Don Jazzy could call Kaywa to come and mix and master for him, it tells you that Ghanaians have better sound quality. Even if the Ghanaian songs are not good, they are better than Nigerians.”
Talking about his single “Break My Heart”, which features Teephlow, he revealed that the song was based on a true life story as he was heartbroken at the time he recorded the song.
“My heartbreak song was based on a true story. I was heartbroken when I wrote the song and Teephlow too was also heartbroken when I contacted him to feature me,” he said.