Music and its industry have contributed immensely to the growth and the development of this country, both in Africa and in the western world. Amidst the praises hailed on Ghanaian music some people are not happy with what is happening within the cycle of the industry.
Kumasi based highlife musician, Piesie Sarfo, has jabbed GHAMBRO and the music industry to be ungrateful. In an interview on Pure 97.5 FM with Mr Hammer Nti on Hammer Time in Kumasi. Piesie Sarfo who has 8 albums to his credit and has shared his grievances and why he's yet unpopular. Hammer asked him what could be the reason for his unpopularity and why he isn't known. Though the musician attested to the fact that DJs are not playing his songs, he again stressed on this one thing most careers are stampeded because of juju in the industry. According to him, he said: "no musician being it gospel or secular 99 per cent use juju to sabotage others, and one per cent is of God." Talking about GHAMBRO's performance he said, “We decided to demonstrate against Rex Omar but only 6 musicians showed up” - Piesie Sarfo. This is one of his grievances he told Hammer on the show. Hammer Time is an entertainment show designed to support old and new musicians who are not getting the best royalties they deserve in the music industry.
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