Kojo Nkansah, who is popularly known by Ghanaians as Lil Wayne is a Ghanaian actor, musician and entrepreneur. He is best known for his comic character in the local movie industry. He is also known for his hit song, “Azonto boys” which was featured in the Azonto ghost movie.
Today, in a video made Nana Ama Mcbrown, who is also an actress and the current host of United showbiz and share by zionfelix, Lil Wayne said in the video that, he is going to be the first Ghanaian musician to win a Grammy award, since he is the best amongst the musician as well as the actors.
He went on to say that, the reason why Ghanaians are not doing well in the international market, to win a Grammy award is because, Ghanaians have a habit of patronizing foreign made contents as well as, the various artists don’t like to be unique with their music since they are always coping the western world. He also concluded that, Ghanaians musicians must try to show African culture in their musics and they will surely win.
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