A Kumasi based renowned reggae artiste, Mr Jackson Elvis Etuah has expressed disappointments about the manner in which the music industry has been losing its popularity in the country. In his view he linked the situation to the profane languages which of late have been smuggled into the noble profession and the authorities inability to enforce measures to discourage the vulgar languages in the industry.
By King Amoah. The Chief Executive Officer of the Modern Films & Entertainment Network, a non-governmental entertainment outfit based in Kumasi, Mr. Jackson Elvis Etuah is on the neck of the state authorities following what he says, the suspicious acts of dumping the covid -19 protocol restrictions into rubbish bin.
A Kumasi-based renowned reggae artiste Mr. Elvis Jackson Etuah has observed that if government is able to hoodwink the musicians in the creative arts industry into digitization process through systematic programs and workshops to become abreast with the modern trends in the music production, it will go a long way to not only boost the music industry but also would help generate revenue to the government to support the economy.
A section of practitioners in the creative arts industry have passionately appealed to the government to come to their aid to enable them revive their businesses, which according to them are on the verge of collapse Speaking to the correspondent in an interview on Friday September 17 2021, the spokesperson for the group Mr Jackson Elvis Etuah disclosed that following the emergence of covid-19 pandemic many musicians in the creative arts industry have lost their jobs, while others are silently suffering in their homes as a result of their inability to get financial support to revive their businesses.