Ghanaian Hip-hop artiste Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei has expressed his opinion on why the Ghana music industry has failed to hit its stride.
According to Oduro-Agyei, who is popularly known in the music industry as ‘Trigmatic’, music producers have been the bane of Ghana music to make waves in the international market, and insisted the time has come for them to punch above their weight.
“Production is not than properly that is why our sounds are bad, ” Trigmatic indicated on Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra.
He added, “Let’s go back and do it the right way, that’s if we want our music to be interesting.”
Throwing more emphasis to make a strong case, the ‘Ma Life’ hit maker insisted, “This is the time we need to fish out great musicians to see their impact in strengthening the industry to make it progress,” he stated.
Sharing his thought on the shortcomings of the young generation, he stressed, “If you check the young artiste currently they are not progressing. They are supposed to progress but they don’t get blessings from our great musicians or legends like Amakye Dede and so on because we don’t honour them like we suppose to, “he clarified.
Trigmatic has represented the nation in the last two editions of the Felabration festival held in Nigeria to honour of the great Nigerian Music legend Fela Kuti.