Don’t Venture The Music Industry Without 100k In Your Pocket – Nana Boro


Ghanaian musician, Nana Boro has disclosed that it’s not easy being a musician especially if you are an up and coming one.

Speaking to Vim Lady on the Vim Talk show, he said today, in the music industry if one doesn’t have about GH¢100,000.00 your music can’t be a hit.

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According to him, that amount of money will cater for everything that has to do with the song including promotion but the problem is how to raise such an amount of money.

He also added that the difficulty in raising that amount of money is what is still keeping some good musicians underground and even those who come to the limelight struggle to keep their relevance.

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Speaking about his musical journey, he said he has never suffered like some of the artist because his sister saw the talent in him and supported him very well hence he owes everything to his sister.

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SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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