I’ll join forces with Kuami Eugene to end Nigerian songs dominance on our airwaves – Kweku Flick
In a time where Nigerian music is flooding the Ghanaian airwaves, rapper, Kweku Flick has pledged to join forces with singer, Kuami Eugene to salvage the situation.
It is heartbreaking as statistics show that Ghanaians are listening to more foreign tunes than songs produced by local musicians but Kweku Flick has decided to end this phenomenon.
Speaking on the Kastle Entertainment Show with Amansan Krakye, the ‘Money’ hitmaker said he’s been discussing with friends why Nigerian songs are dominating.
He said on Kastle FM “This issue is exactly what we were discussing and you’ve brought it up. You asked exactly what we were sitting here talking about.
“I think that Kuami Eugene said some few days ago that he will clear all the Nigerian songs from the Ghanaian airwaves so not so long only our songs will be played more,” he added.
“I fully support him because I’m also a Ghanaian and I think that the Nigerian songs are dominating too much so we’ll give you from now to December all the Nigerian songs will varnish,” he ended.
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Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)