Da’hammer Calls On Government To Support The Music Industry As Part His Father’s Day Celebration
A popular Ghanaian record producer and the CEO of the last two music group, Edward Nana Poku Osei, who is widely known as Da’hammer has called on government to come out with a scheme and support the broken industry as part of his father’s day celebration.
The renowned music producer made this statement via on social media (Facebook). According to him, if government start rewarding selfish promoters in the art in a form of incentives, tax relief and special grants will effectively help move the industry forward. He believe such scheme or support by government will help cooperate and compete with the rest of the world, as other countries around the world does same.
“ Tried to cite serious solutions for a broken industry but most of the delivery was totally incoherent and uncoordinated… seems it is just impossible to effectively get your point across on a panel of five…. What can I say; I’m more proactive than mere communicator.
“However, I think I managed to convey the main point that will shape the struggle to eventually fix the industry: incentives”
Da’hammer did not stop there, he proceeded to say that, “ I believe strongly that rewarding deliberate efforts in the arts by government in the form of incentives ranging from tax relief to special grants for concerted efforts to selfishly promote our arts unapologetically will be the most effective move in this movement by far.
It has worked around the world so let us not try to reinvent the wheel.
Happy Father’s Day to all industry personnel” he wrote on his Facebook page early hours of Sunday 20th June, 2021 as part of his father’s Day celebrations.
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Source: Mohammed Ibn Nanzari Charisma/trendingghana.net