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Hajia4Real, Emelia Brobbey, And Three Other Female Musicians Trying Too Hard With Their Borla Bird Voices

As Speed Darlington is to Nigeria, Emelia Brobbey and her fellow singers are to Ghana as the country moves to rejuvenate its industry.

Emelia Brobbey, a struggling Kumawood actress turned musician, possesses the voice of a strangled frog, as heard on some of her failed singles.

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To be fair, Hajia4real has produced some passable records that have grown on many Ghanaians over time, but her talent is a sham.

Below are details on these two and three other female musicians.

These musicians either have no singing talent worthy of recognition or work twice as hard to be heard.

Nina Ricchie

Nina Ricchie is a 26-year-old pop singer, born and raised in Toronto, Canada, and signed to D-Black’s Black Avenue Music.

Her music draws inspiration from her own life stories, but her voice is bang average and unable to impress Ghanaians.

Emelia Brobbey

Following a sharp decline in the value and production of movies in Ghana, Emelia Brobbey announced her music career.

When her debut single was released, music fans trolled her for weeks, and the song ultimately failed to make an impact.

Tiisha

Signed to Zylofon Music, this singer had a one-hit-wonder and then went into hibernation.

After releasing “True Mood” she once promoted the song titled “True Mood” in a video that made waves on social media. 

In the video, she put her bare butt on display to promote her song.

Hajia4real

Mona Faiz Montrage, popularly known as Hajia4Real is a Ghanaian socialite turned musician.

No one thought of her as a singer until she released her debut single, which was a good song. She was known for her beauty and scandals.

However, it is no news that Ghanaians would rather have her stick to her role as a social media model.

Juliet Ibrahim

Juliet is a brilliant actress with the face and body to land any role of her choosing, yet she has added music to her list of talents.

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After recording a few songs released via YouTube, she seems to have given up after none of her songs made it to mainstream radio.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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