The music industry has a bright future. The future indeed lies in the hands of competent industry players and associates. At the just ended Ghana Dj Awards,
Indeed the auditorium was charged. Everything proved that Afro beat is alive with the king of Afrobeat King Maaga. After the live performance, Almost everyone on YouTube kept watching the act repeatedly.
Produced by Kofi Crysper and mastered by popular sound engineer Kaywa, Maaga's song dubbed " ENOUGH" tells the story of a beautiful girl who stood by his lover who was wrongfully incarcerated. The story Re-ehoes how lovers should stand by each other in times of trouble.
Speaking about his projection for the Ghana music industry, King Maaga explained that, his style of music will go a long way in putting Ghana on the map.
If you are a lover of Afro beat music, you can't miss this one. Keep dancing and be proud that Afro beat music is still alive.
You can enjoy the video in the link attached below
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