Enterprising Ghanaian musician, Kwame Ghana has cried over how music has treated him after years of activeness.
Kwame Ghana, who started his music career in 1999 bemoaned he has not earned a penny from his craft.
Sadly, the ‘Me Nposti Wo’ composer said he sometimes feels to quit music.
However, the hopes of achieving something great in the future keep him going.
“I have seen all about music but music hasn’t paid me a penny. I have seen music transformed, evolved, grow, changed, moved from places to places, analyze it, invest, perform it and yet music has not paid me a penny.
“Sometimes I feel sad but not ready to give up because I have come from afar. I know one day it will make sense and so I will polish till it shines,” he told www.newshuntermag.com.
The Sunyani-based musician in a recent interview with Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku on Unlimited Chat With K.O.K also detailed how difficult it is to be a musician in the Bono Region.
Kwame Ghana is currently on a promotional tour in Accra after he released his new song ‘Me Nposti Wo’ some months. He has made an appearance on several media outlets to talk about his craft—and what he has to offer.