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Ghanaian popular music promoter ‘Sleeky’ advises musicians in Ghana and Africa.
A renowned Ghana based event organizer, and music promoter Sleeky has accused young musicians, Kidi, King Promise, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Arthur of pride as they have turned down offers to perform at an event in Takoradi.
Sleeky, CEO of Sleeky promotions, the same organization responsible for booking Patapaa and Stay J to perform at the inauguration of the Liberian president, disclosed that since they made it in the industry, he has been trying to reach out to the new crop of musicians but to no avail.
According to him, managers of these artiste charge huge amounts of money for their artistes to deliver just 15 minutes of performance.
He advised that, they make the most of their success now, by accepting offers from event organizers because hit songs of today don’t last.
He alluded that, these new crop of musician should emulate the steps of D Black, Captain Planet, Nhyiraba Kojo and others who take advantage of every opportunity to make the least money.
Sadick further alluded that musicians need events to support their brand as well as promote their songs
“Because their demand is high, they charge outrageous prices. They don’t realize that they actually need us”, he told Sammy Flex of Showbiz Agenda.
Sadick Assah took to social media to advise these musicians.
He said, “@kuami Eugene, @Kidi music, @King Promise, @Kwesi Arthur, and all the rising artistes in GH, you guys should stop flexing around some offers from promoters. Rejecting 5K, 12K and 12K, advice yourselves well brothers. There is no pension pay in music. Be smart enough to collect all the money my brothers. Don’t allow brand to mislead you. Proper brand is when you don’t have the hit and still look good. Look at Nhyiraba Kojo,D Black, Reggie Rockstone and Captain Planet. I have spoken my mind. If you like take it”