“I’m tired of sentimental appraisals, let’s advocate for better rewarding systems.” – Says O.B Nartey
Radio personality and industrious figure in the gospel music industry, Kwame O.B Nartey has stated in a post on his Facebook timeline that he is “tired of sentimental appraisals.”
Following a soothing and mouthwatering comments and reactions to the legendary adventist, Mark Anim Yirenkyi’s, classic performance yesterday at United Showbiz on UTV which made music manager, Bulldog, to shed tears, Mr. O.B Nartey, is of the view that there is the need to “focus on the structures.” By this, the radio personality, meant that “the industry needs to reward such great musicians.”
He also, sarcastically, stated that “who cried and who didn’t cry is irrelevant at this moment.”
Some months ago, minstrels, Hannah Marfo, Diana Hopeson, Helena Rhabbles and other legends were at United Showbiz and their praises were sung in all the four corners of the country.
Do you think it’s time for the industry to reward these living legends?
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