Ghanaian/Jamaican dancehall artist Mo’ Spence has given a debated point of view about many Ghanaian artists. She said that around 60% of Ghanaian musicians are futile in their musical pursuits.
She argued that many artists should redirect their efforts to other professions for better outcomes. Mo’ Spence was born to a Ghanaian father and a Jamaican mother.
Furthermore, she stressed on the prominences of strategic planning and financial investment in the music industry. The artist also dismissed the notion of success being solely luck-based.
She asserted that, based on her observations of the Ghanaian music scene, most artists lack the essential combination of talent and financial backing required for success.
According to Mo’ Spence, success in the music industry demands not just talent but substantial financial resources. She attributed Nigeria’s dominance in the music scene to their possession of both money and talent.
Mo’ Spence refrained from naming specific artists but urged those in the industry to reflect and consider alternatives if they lacked the essential elements for success.
She apprecited a few Ghanaian artists, such as Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, KiDi, Black Sherif, and Kuami Eugene who are doing well for themselves and the industry. She noted them as exceptions, implying that the majority need to explore other avenues.
Currently promoting her EP “Whine Down Low,” Mo’ Spence’s stance has casued a debate within the Ghanaian music community.
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