Highlife legend, Kojo Antwi has expressed his sentiment regarding the standard of music being done by majority of Ghanaian acts these days.
According to the ‘Ladies Man’, some Ghanaian artistes do not add value to their music to make it more enriching in terms of content but rather focus on releasing more songs which fades out so swiftly.
He also noted that this may be as a result of not doing authentic songs therefore making some upcoming musicians being lazy due to technology.
The ‘Adiepena’ hit singer disclosed that music should not be the number of songs on an album but the quality employed in doing them.
“Technology has made it easy to record so some musicians are being lazy…Some are doing cut and paste, they do not want to learn the rudiments of music…’’
“When you pick an album from my generation, is not just the music; the art work that covers the music on the album, the content and recognition adds to it. But now we live in a world where musicians are only interested in quantity and not the quality. Is not about the quality any more but the quantity and that is where my worry is…The Western world see music as a product and to them, music means gift of life. Music plays a more important role and a gift to the world like food, water and air,” Kojo told Rainbowradio.