90% Of Ghanaian Female Musicians Are Not Talented; All They Know Is ‘Copy Copy’ – Gospel Musician

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Gospel musician, Ahiabor Owen Dziedzorm, otherwise known as Owen Glitz, is not enthused about the work of many female musicians in Ghana.

Speaking in an interview with Browngh.com, Owen lamented that most of them copy blindly—without being original.

 “After the late Ebony Reigns left the music scene with her shocking death, 90 per cent of female underground artists can’t do their own style but trying copying the style of the late Ebony. Ghanaians also aren’t able to see what they are doing. Yes, it is really true as a young artist, you need to get a role model to follow and to keep your music career moving which is acceptable but the rate at which up and coming female musicians are copying the late ebony adds nothing to the table. They need to be creative and bring up their own style,” he said

“Ghanaian up and coming female artistes should put in their minds that, Ebony was special and unique in her own way and none of them can be 100% just like her. In everything you do in life you need to carry your own brand and style to keep you unique,” Owen added.

The ‘Jehovah you are so good’ composer advised them to work hard in order to carve a niche for themselves.

However, Owen thinks Mzvee, Eno Barony, Becca, Efya, Wendy Shay, Freda, Joyce Blessing, Kakie and some few others are doing very well in the Ghanaian music industry.

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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