I Miss The Days When Bola Ray And Some Great DJs Were In Charge Of What The Public Got To Hear – Da’hammer
A popular Ghanaian record producer in the Ghanaian music industry ,founder and CEO of the last two music group, Edward Nana Poku Osei popularly known as Da’hammer is so worried over why a young talented Ghanaian artist, Black Sheriff is not getting media support and hype like Kuami Eugene and other young musicians in Ghana.
In a Facebook post, the music producer said; “ What is really going on… where are the gate keepers who are steering this industry. Who actually determines what should be popular and what should be shelved ? I can’t believe Black Sheriff isn’t in the frontlines. The most unique artist in recent times combining highlife and hip hop in unfathomable ways and he is being kept in the background”.
According to Da’ Hammer, he has missed days back when Bola Ray and some DJs where very supportive and decides what should come out from the studios because they do know deserving artist will surely make it big.
“ I miss the days when Bola Ray and some great DJs were in charge of what the public got to hear. You always knew deserving artist will definitely get their break.
“ This guy needs to enjoy the same prioritization as the talented Kuami Eugene gets from DJs. We have a pure breed in our midst, the first of his kind. Trust me, they don’t make it like this anymore. A highlife artist with a hip hop mindset. Priceless.” He wrote.
Black sheriff is a young talented artist who combines highlife and hip hop at the same time. He has currently released a freestyle titled ’1st sermon’ and the song is doing well.
Edward Nana Poku Osei (Da’hammer) is known for grooming some of the best Ghanaian hip hop or highlife artistes in the country.
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