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Don’t Disrespect DJs and Expect Them to Play Your Songs – Merqury Quaye tells Artistes

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Founder of the Ghana DJ Awards, Merqury Quaye, is not pleased with the treatment some artistes in Ghana mete out to DJs.

In a recent Facebook post, the media personality and MC revealed that some musicians disrespect disc jockeys despite the massive support the former receives from the latter.

Merqury Quaye told artistes not to expect DJs to rotate their songs if they fail to regard the indispensable role of DJs.

‘Ghanaian artistes need to understand that they can’t look down on DJs, disrespect DJs, refuse to support DJs who repeatedly play back their songs to their audiences to fall in love with them and expect the same DJs to passionately hype them, support them, and ultimately propel them’, he bemoaned.

The founder of the Ghana DJ Awards noted that some artistes only care about online streams and bookings for shows but forget that DJs repeatedly played their songs causing the public to develop interest in them.

‘All they seem to care about are the streams and the bookings’, the Hitz FM and Joy Prime presenter added.

Merqury Quaye asked that artistes see DJs as guardian angels who have the vital role of making artistes popular and relevant.
He also advised that DJs and artistes see themselves as key players in the transformation of the showbiz industry in Ghana.

‘Together, we can conquer so don’t smile when we are pushing your content aggressively and make yourself unavailable when you are needed. Ghanaian artistes, i have told you that we the DJs are your guardian angels and you should be ours too. Let’s join hands and make bigger things happen’, he said.

Merqury Quaye recently executed the 7th edition of the annual Ghana DJ Awards – Africa’s biggest DJ event – on November 2 which has whipped up massive interest in the work of DJs.

Ghanaian artistes need to understand that they can’t look down on DJs, disrespect DJs, refuse to support DJs who…

Publicado por Merqury Quaye em Quinta-feira, 5 de dezembro de 2019

Source: ghanadjawards.org

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Actress Prissy Michy appeals to Government to invest in the Creative Arts Industry

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Speaking on the Lunch Time show on Volta Region based Denyigba Radio 104.7 FM, Actress Prissy Michy appealed to the Ministry of Arts & Culture to invest in the Music and Movie industry laying more emphasis on the Volta Region. Generally,the movie industry in Ghana seems dieing out due to lack of funds and support not leaving out the smaller ones in the various Regions.

This gradual fade of the movie industry has made / is making life really difficult for actors and actresses. Prissy also calls on any single individual or stakeholder to help revive the Volta creative arts industry.

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Sekztape Of Popular Facebook Group Inna Real Life $€X Party Leaks

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A video spotted on social media captured two young couples grinding and rocking it hard.
They were playing the game of ecstasy and enjoyment visiting cloud nine on a rocket to the moon.

However, they were not cautious enough and recklessness shared the whole video with the internet via one of the social media platforms. Now, the video is stuck online and it’s probably going to be stuck here until the end of days.

We urge everyone to be careful because our lenses are lurking and our platform won’t hesitate to share any misdemeanor found on the internet.

In as much as, many people pretend on social media platforms like they are virgins, they are actually freaks who jump at these articles with the speed of light.

 

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Akwaboah set to drop new single ‘One Day’

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Just a few months after the release of fan favourite song “Posti Me”, talented singer-songwriter Akwaboah is about to unveil another single titled “One Day”.

The role of a talented vocalist is to make a statement through love issues raised in “Posti Me”. According to a source, when “Posti Me” was released, a couple of people failed to Post their partners, and now, “ONE DAY” is coming. Is it going to be a response to those who failed to publicly display their love for their partners?

The young singer-songwriter who is noted for his romantic jam tunes and playful penchant for the host of poetic songs that litter his discography may likely have music fans on the grooving chorus.

The new single “One Day”, is presumed to be a sequel to fan favourite song ‘Posti Me’ but will give fans a major treat. Fans will have to wait to discover if this new single takes them on a journey through the mythical realm that forces one to confront, both, tranquillity and turmoil.

“ONE DAY” is expected to be packaged as beautiful and spark people’s imaginations and likely to add to the growing list of hit songs released by Akwaboah in the past six months.

During this period he has already dropped Sanbra (to commemorate Year of Return), Praiz Medley ft. TY Crew, Mengye Mani ft. Sarkodie and recently Posti Me which is still trending on the charts.

 

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