Speaking on daybreak hits,he said that there has not been any notable collaborations with artists in the volta Region of Ghana
He also said that their pace setters are dying out of the industry gradually and that they should come together to prevent their total wipeout.
"Back in the day artists like Edem,Stonebwoy and MzVee were all over place featuring the young artists from their towns but now its different.Hardly will you see Voltarian artistes doing collaborations with each other.Are they tired with each other or they have a bad blood between them.
Andy who was interviewing a Voltarian artiste encouraged him to reach out to the big guns in the industry to support beacause they would listen to him quicker".
Andy Dosty urged the A-List artistes especially from the Volta Region to do more collaborations to give rise to other prolific artistes
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