Corona Virus, The Creative Art Industry & Mental Health

At a time of huge uncertainty across all sectors, many are trying to understand the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the workforce. In the creative industries there is a strong ambition to understand the impact upon public venues, freelance workers and micro-businesses as these sectors are directly threatened by the …

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This Is What Every Musician Must Do Amid COVID-19

The temporary lockdown in some parts of Ghana and the total lockdown in some parts of the world. Have really altered a number of businesses and life in general. With gigs canceled, tour buses parked and concert halls shutdown, the development is affecting musicians and the many accompanying staff in …

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Plague After Plague, With No ‘Tours’

When Kanye West stood on the VMA Awards stage to give his speech after Taylor Swift presented him with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award some years ago. He didn’t only sound contradicted, he looked contradicted. Because he didn’t understand why an artist would release an album, go on a sold-out …

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How Technology Is Changing The Music Industry.

The advent of the Internet and the exponential development of new technologies have drastically changed our lives. For the music industry, especially in Africa, Ghana to be precise, the Internet has brought with it a deep and progressive change that is affecting every aspect of the sector. The global internet boom (3.81 billion Internet …

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