According to him, most Ghanaian musicians are only doing music for the fun of it and refuse to see the business aspect of their craft thereby going completely broke after they lose their relevancy.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom Plus FM, Gambo asserted that most Ghanaian musicians who are missing in action have gone completely broke because they refused to utilize their craft productively.
He said that there are a lot of names that have popped up and these musicians have found themselves wanting because they didn’t see the music as a form of business.
Gambo further stated that there some musicians who always make it to the A-List when talking about the music business and it has been so for the past five years.
Present in the studio was the social media influencer, @iamremsover who also stated that it is much easier for investors to invest in artists who have already invested in their crafts.
According to him, investors turn to admire people who have already invested in themselves because they know what it takes to invest and how it feels to lose money, thus investors are of the hope that such personality will do them more good than harm in terms of business,
He also said that most Ghanaian musicians would rather direct their frustration at the government for them to invest in their craft.
Watch the interview below:
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