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Ghanaians Are ‘Hungry’ For The Old Instrumentation—C Zar

C Zar

 

Ghanaian hiplife musician, C Zar has bemoaned on the way
some Ghanaian musicians copy blindly from foreigners.
The ‘Araba Lawson’ hitmaker told DJ Murphy Lee on Storm Fm
Entertainment Extra that Ghanaians have missed the original music and
instrumentation—and he is poised to feed them with such great piece after his
four (4) years hiatus from the music scene.

He explained that his break from the music scene will help
him to make a giant stride.
“It helps when you break and come back into music.
Everything is going on well with him when he took a break from the music scene
and branded himself from Bandana to Shatta Wale. Sometimes you need to sit down
and analyze so many things.
C Zar, who expressed worry on how some musicians jump into
foreign genres and instrumentals, eulogized Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata, Bisa Kdei
and some few others for their hard work.
 “Sarkodie, Kofi
Kinaata, Bisa Kdei and some few others are doing very well…some people are
killing hiplife with their imitation from Nigerian songs. If they say they are
doing hiphop, then they should go to America and do that…even their
instrumentation and other things will be regarded as a demo, the secret behind
Nigerian music is that they’ve steal beat whilst they sing in the pidgin
language. It’s sad for some of our musicians to copy them…it doesn’t makes
sense.”
He further advised Ghanaians musicians to be original.
C Zar said he is back for good and his fans should watch out
for more from him.
“Ghanaians are missing the old instrumentation and I’m
poised to rekindle the hiplife industry. I’m back for good and I will be
releasing tracks which will feature Kwabena Kwabena, Jupiter and others…I will
release tracks every three months,” he stated.
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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

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