Ghanaian musician, MzVee has revealed how she managed to convince her parents to allow her to venture into music given the nature of the job and how musicians turn out after gaining fame.
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During an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM’s Ekwansodwodwo segment, MzVee stated that her parents’ bitter sentiments about musicians were due to the fact that they presumed most musicians are into drugs and prostitution given the nature of their job.
“My parents thought that when you start singing that means you will do drugs and for the lack of a better word you will become a prostitute. They didn’t hear anything good about it so they didn’t want their daughter to be a part of it”, she said.
However, she managed to diminish those perceptions from the minds of her parents after she portrayed good mannerisms and composure despite being part of the entertainment circles.
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In other news, Ghanaian entertainment pundit, Emmanuel Bance, well known as Mr. Logic has also registered his sentiments about the use of the video-sharing platform, TikTok to promote songs.
According to Mr. Logic, TikTok does not give songs the massive attention they require but only gives an excitement to the song and makes it very interesting for anyone who watches their content on the platform.
Mr. Logic said this in reaction to a comment made by the Ghanaian music producer, “Wei Y3 Oteng” that TikTok kills the music and makes it lack relevance, hence musicians need to advise themselves and find new ways to make their songs sustainable.
He stated that “Wei Y3 Oteng” did not conduct his research well before making such a comment on social media about the use of the platform to promote songs.
He averred that TikTok and TikTokers do not kill the song and never make the music lose its relevance but only bring excitement to the song.