Musician LeFlyyy has lamented bitterly how it is increasingly becoming difficult for upcoming artists to get support from industry players largely due to the ungrateful attitude of some musicians in Ghana.
The “We Go Blow” singer, LeFlyyy, made this revelation during an interview with Larry on TV Africa’s afternoon show Video Ryde when asked about the challenges he was facing as a new music talent.
LeFlyyy who is signed to Quophimens Musiq, the record label that managed musician eShun until recently is currently promoting his new single We Go Blow across the country.
He cited the situation between Kelvynboy and Stonebwoy and eShun’s abrupt departure from Quophimens Musiq as an example to buttress his assertion
“Now industry players are reluctant to invest in you when you are an up and coming artiste. They now demand money in order to commit to you and who can blame them? This is as a direct result of people’s ingratitude!” LeFlyyy explained.
Industry players from music producers, executive producers, investors, promoters, radio personnel, record label CEO, artistes’ managers, and some musicians are unhappy about this have complained time without number and the early structures are put in place to nip this in the bud the better.