Ghanaian musician, Fameye, has had enough of the constant comparison between Ghanaian and Nigerian music scenes.
Social media has been set on fire following Nigerian musician, Asake’s successful London O2 Arena concert.
Asake’s outstanding performance at the O2 Arena sparked a passionate conversation regarding the distinctions between Nigerian and Ghanaian music, resulting in differing perspectives from industry executives and musicians.
Industry players and musicians have all expressed their thoughts on the subject, including Fameye, who believes that frequent comparison and criticism has diminished the value of Ghanaian artists.
According to Fameye, the incessant “name and shame” has saddened and disappointed Ghanaian artists.
In a tweet, he expressed his dissatisfaction with how the constant comparisons have devalued the worth of artists in Ghana “You people especially for this App take agenda comot all the value & worth of Artiste in this country, depressed & frustrate us!!!” he wrote.
Ahmed Oloade, popularly known as Asake, on Sunday night, made history as the first Nigerian newbie to sell out the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom.
Asake’s entrance for his latest show at the 02 was one of the major highlights of the concert as the singer was seen arriving on stage for the show from a helicopter in the middle of the auditorium.
He performed a medley of songs from his debut album, ‘Mr Money With The Vibe’ and his sophomore project, ‘Work Of Art.’
He also brought out his YBNL record label mate, Fireboy DML, Lil Kesh and hosts of other artistes.