Wizzy Adablah supports Shatta Wale on business side of music

Wizzy Adablah and Shatta Wale

A Ghanaian-US-based musician, Wizzy Adablah also known in showbiz circles as the Superior Character has added his voice and support on the called by dancehall artiste Shatta Wale for the Ghanaian musician to monetize their talent.

According to him, in as much as the Ghanaian musician would entertain Ghanaians and the world over with their God-given talents they should consider making money as well.

“I support the dancehall artiste fully, and I will also want to call on my fellow musicians in Ghana and across the globe to take heed to what Shatta Wale has said. I think it’s a call in the right direction,” he reiterated.

Superior Character has composed very good songs such as Ghana Wonder, Ladies Night, Rawlings Revolution among others.

He is also set to release more intriguing and inspiring songs to entertain and educate both the young and old on planet earth.

Dancehall artiste and founder of Shatta Movement Empire, Shatta Wale, has advised his colleague musicians to take their craft seriously.

Shatta Wale, who recently returned from the United States after taking a vacation from the music scene, touched down in Ghana with a passionate desire to guide Ghanaian musicians to better their lives.

Delivering his ‘State of the Nation Address ‘ on Wednesday, June 2, the vociferous dancehall artiste expressed worry over the unseriousness of his fellow musicians in not gaining wealth out of their musical craft.

He, therefore, pleads with the “musicians in Ghana to pay some more attention to the business side of the craft”.

He reiterated; “One thing that I have long campaigned for is for the artiste to take and see their talent as a career and as a business entity.’

Shatta Wale urged the musicians to “learn to make money with our talents. Let’s invest in educating ourselves about how we can add value to ourselves and our craft and make a living out of it.

We should be able to still make money from music even when we’re no more in the studio. This I believe is a sure way to keep the industry alive and aloud”.

The dancehall artiste also seized the opportunity to announce to music investors and corporate Ghana that he is open for business.

By: Kwame Shika/capitalnewsonline.com

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