Up and coming rapper and singer Hakeem Commanda has described the Ghanaian music industry as a very weak one and they have nothing to offer musicians.Hakeem Commanda made this shocking statement on an Accra based radio station Radio ATU on the campus of Accra Technical University.
He described the Ghanaian music industry as an industry that has nothing to offer musicians in Ghana. He said the industry is expecting great songs from up and coming musicians like him but leaders of the industry are not doing anything to help them bring out great music. Hakeem was a contestant in the 2018 edition of talented kids on TV3. He alleged that he has songs with Yaw Tog and Kwaku Flick which are yet to be released. He also alleged that he has a project with AMG Medical which is in the pipeline. Hakeem Commanda is currently in final year in senior high school. He has promised his fans to look out for great works after his final exams.
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