“There Should Be Structures To Usher Ghanaian Musicians Into Professionalism”-Camidoh Urges
Ghanaian singer, Raphael Kofi Attachie, widely known in the music scenes as Camidoh has urged the industry players in the music industry to usher the upcoming talents into music professionalism.
Speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz aired on United Television, Camidoh stated that musicians need to be enlightened on how to treat their craft as a business venture and as a profession.
He explained that Ghanaian musicians need to surround themselves with the right people and structures to guide them in their music career in order to avoid future eventualities.
Camidoh said that once an artiste gets to the point where he or she is being patronized or booked for events, he or she needs to properly structure the music career just so to have smooth business adventures with regards to his or her music career.
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In other news, Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, well known in the music scene as Sarkodie has highlighted what brings peace to the heart of every human being.
In a post, he made on his Instagram page, Sarkodie intimated that he believes heaven is not a spiritual realm where believers will one day spend eternity but the peace one finds in his or her heart.
The rapper shared some dapper photos of himself on the platform while penning down his revelations about how one can also have an experience of heaven.