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Ghanaian Artists are ‘Prisoners' and the Music Industry Are the ‘Prison Guards' - Flowking Stone.

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Ghanaian heavyweight rapper and multiple award winner, Flowking Stone has released a new single after the Grammy Awards controversy in Ghana. The song which is titled “Grammys" talks about how Ghanaian musician's are always dreaming of winning Awards but don't work hard to realize that dream.

He spoke about favouritism among acts in the music industry and how some try to bring down other's and be the ones to always stay relevant. He also said the only thing Ghanaian musician's are good in promoting in the country are unnecessary “beefs" and fights.

He further lambasted promoters and presenters who's only interest is to see musician's keep grudges among themselves as to bring trend and news. He described Ghanaian musician's as prisoners and the music industry the prison guards who support the inmates to fight and later punish them.

He said even though some things are taken as jokes, it's very important and needs to be looked at but everyone thinks about only his personal gains and cares not for his fellow musician.

Flowking Stone has been in the music industry for a very long time and has been making great waves since the 2000's till date. He was first a member of the “Bradez" music group which consisted of himself and two brothers, Kunta Kinte and Okyeame Kwame who are also endowed with great rap skills.

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