Convincing a Ghanaian to stay glued to your crafts as an artiste over a period of time is as difficult as anything ever. Ghanaians are just the group of persons who can never be convinced for all that long a period. This minute they are all over you and the next minute they’ve frowned seriously all over the place.
Trend in the country is largely dependent on the fact that one trolls another, scolds the other, fools about or just does anything unthinkable to get the attention of the targeted audience or spectators.
When you are quickly seen, accepted or embraced into the entertainment circles, your temporal fame soars higher than the most ambitious eaglet under the guidance of its watchful mother Eagle. When you start trending, for the next one week or month, netizens will be bombarded with incessant videos, interviews and other exposure approaches to make you a household name. A atypical example was how Shatta Bandle from nowhere leaped into the musical scene to make his mark: to the extent of featuring Rudeboy in the track “Audio Money”. What didn’t we hear about Mr. Eventuary, Hon. Aponkye and others? And how have they been all this?
Indeed Bosom P-Yung’s launch unto the musical scene with ” Attaa Adwoa” was quite monumental and he sure enjoyed every bit of it. His association with Kweku Smoke was also one of the main reasons why he even became relevant in the first place.
The next person to have swept across the mindset of Ghanaians is that of AY Poyoo. The self-acclaimed Greatest Goat of All Time (GOAT). His timely approach of releasing notable and comforted songs turns out to be one of the reasons why he thought Ghanaians were going to stick with him till wherever. We can now state that Bosom P-Yung and AY Poyoo have either gone into hibernation or they’ve been jailed for labelling noise pollution as rap.
What do you make of this?