Kiki Marley is worried that Ghanaians are more likely to criticize than to praise people in the creative arts industry.
The new signee of the Rufftown Records said she is surprised by the attitude of Ghanaians because she expected the society to be full of people who constructively motivate and criticize.
She revealed that she receives a lot of bashing because people don't understand the music he is making.
"What surprises me about Ghanaians is they talk too much. People have been bashing me and I take it for granted because people misunderstood me."
Kiki also shared her big dream of winning internationally recognized awards and appearing on some of the greatest stages in the world.
"I want to get awards. I want to get a BET and a Grammy. I want to get to the big stages and perform with Beyonce and Nicki Minaj."
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