Generally, Ghanaians have a hard time creating global stars because of a lack of will to support our stars through thick and thin.
However, there are many Ghanaian stars that have been supported by Ghanaians right from the start of their careers.
Today, naming so many of these privileged artists who are either struggling in other industries or simply coping with their failure is difficult.
In this editorial, we list musicians whose songs have always received a positive response and a soaring reputation, only for them to fail to maintain their brands.
The following are five Ghanaian musicians who once had hit songs but are now struggling to shine again due to long periods of inactivity.
Looking back, it’s strange that some Ghanaian musicians who came into the spotlight with such zeal on the music front failed to break through as many expected.
While some musicians, such as Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, and Shatta Wale, have achieved great success both locally and internationally, others have completely failed in the music industry.
This piece has nothing personal against any individual or group of individuals, but it will serve its purpose if it succeeds in nudging some of our Ghanaian musicians.
Fortunately, Asem, Chase, and Cwesi Oteng still have a chance to revive their dead careers.
This is simply because they have all the talent required, and perhaps Ghanaians won’t mind taking them in again.