- Entertainer Dammy Krane has frowned against the high influence of Nigerian music in Ghana
- The singer noted that the practice must stop in 2020 and music rotation should be properly balanced
- Krane noted that he is the realest Nigerian artist which is why he could voice out
Popular singer Dammy Krane appears to be seriously disgruntled at the high influence of Nigerian music in neighboring country, Ghana.
The singer recently took to micro blogging platform, Twitter, to condemn the way Nigerian songs have taken prominence over that of artists in Ghana.
Krane noted that the only songs that should have such huge rotations are those that actually feature Ghanaian artists.
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"Naija music is being played more than Ghana music in Ghana, This must stop in 2020, the only Naija songs that should have such rotations are songs that features a Ghanaian . Every must balance well in 202," his post read. See tweet below:
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Speaking further, Krane noted that if any Ghanaian artist had come out to make the observation, such individual would have received heavy backlash.
He, however, stressed that he could approach the subject because he is the realest Nigeria artiste.
See his tweet below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that some months ago Krane explained on his Instagram page that Yahoo boys are African music promoters. According to him, these Nigerian fraudsters spend a lot of money at clubs in foreign countries and they make sure the DJ’s play Nigerian music, promoting it in the process.
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