Desmond Blackmore, populary known as D-Black, has delivered a harsh judgement on the sitting government's pledges to the creative arts industry.
He claims he is still waiting for the sitting and government to follow through on commitments made to the industry in 2016.
The ‘Vera' hitmaker is supporting the #fixthecountry crusade, stating that the NPP's pledges to the creative sector have yet to be delivered, aggravating the industry's troubles.
“I believe that the country is in desperate need of repair. My light was off for 14 hours three days ago... The music industry is currently in shambles. Promises made when I first went to his residence have not been kept, and I have been waiting for 5 years. There are still a lot of folks that are waiting.”
He also cited data from the music business to support the #fixyourself activists as a sort of introspection:
“There is no unity in the sector, there is backbiting everywhere and we know it. Ghanaians don't support each other, just take a look at how Nigerians each other, we need to change the way we think...
"Indeed, it is true we need to fix our attitude and even fix the country as a whole, so yes I agree with both hashtags"
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