The only way to build the industry is by first protecting it. Protecting our landscape and making sure our artists get the needed airplay and exposure. Others have done it and it has benefited their industry.
The role that the traditional media, radio, to be specific plays in breaking and promoting a record can never be overlooked. That is why it is very important to have that section regulated by law.
This is not the first time this campaign has trended. We hope this time around, the stakeholders recognize the importance and pass the bill.
As part of our contributions to the campaign, 5micsGh, the only reviewing and rating brand is up with the official poll to make the statement.
Check out some concerns from social media (twitter) about the campaign
We are working hard to get our stakeholders together with lawmakers of the land to pass the bill on 80% Ghana music on our airwaves.
— #OneChildOneBookProject📚💫 (@kobby_kyei) August 28, 2018
— GeorgeBritton.com (@georgebrittongh) September 1, 2018
Asabaako supports the campaign for 80% of Ghana music on our airwaves
This move will solidify our industry (not just the Musicians but DJs, Promoters, Labels, Artiste Managers, A&R etc) as well as help propel us to Int. markets with the right investments. #GhanaMusic #80%GHmusic pic.twitter.com/tCQMR6DvPq
— Asa Baako (@asabaako) August 29, 2018
You guys are back with this PLAY 80% GHANA MUSIC TING ?! Ok. It’s cool . How about this ?! #REQUEST 80% GHANA MUSIC!!!!!!!!!!
Let a Ghana DJ play a set without Nigerian music and the r st and see if y’all won’t be looking or asking for his replacement before his set is done pic.twitter.com/qX5WPZX4WM
— #DoSomething Krew🎶 – Fuego🔥🇬🇭 (@TheTurnUpGh) August 29, 2018
The GH Artistes wey dem make dema mind say dem no go support the DJs, herrh! Make nobro come tell me say make i play 80% GH on Radio. Else Y’all go feel the other side of me! Common Jingle for a DJ turn matter. You no wan pick the DJ en call sef, sake of small favor. We Shall See
— DJ Lord™️ (@DjlordGH) August 29, 2018
Most Gh artiste don’t appreciate DJs…They only reach out when they have a new song coming out…How can this 80% work ??
They will go pay Thousands of cedis to Tv stations and foolishly try to give a DJ Ghc 50, 100, 200 .
Not them alone their managers too.
— RainSocial (@rainsocialgh) August 29, 2018
Lets have your opinions in the comments section after voting
FEATURED POLL: DO YOU SUPPORT 80% GHANAIAN MUSIC ON THE RADIO? VOTE NOW
- YES (100%, 21 Votes)
- NO (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 21