Ghana Music Industry ‘killed’ Chase Career – Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo writes

Ghana Music Industry ‘killed’ Chase Career – Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo writes

Renowned entertainment pundit, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo has described as sudden the disappearance of musician Chase from the music Industry. 

According to him, “Chase is still producing good songs, but all to such low, disappointing reception and reviews.”

Arnold in a Facebook post sighted by hopeghananews.com said, Chase had all the appeal as a musician but wasn’t projected enough by the media.

In how own words, he wrote “Whatever it is, just know, that before the KiDis, King Promises, Kuami Eugene, Joe Boys, Fireboys and Kizz Daniels – there was Chase Forever, who had everything – I mean everything; the voice, the sex appeal and the swag.”

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CHASE – UNAPPRECIATED, INDEED!

Sitting in traffic this morning, radio talk got galling for me so I got hold of my CD Bag and while rummaging for something enthralling to play, I found this CD given to me by Mandy Jay some 6 years ago upon my request. The disc – Chase Forever’s ‘Unappreciated’.

Brethren, Chase was such a big deal then, and the songs I listened to this morning make me miss him more. He’s produced some amazing, quality tunes; ‘Lonely’, ‘Fire’, ‘Boozeman Anthem’ ,’Saman’ and my personal favourite, ‘Marry you tonight’ (check out the video) and many others.

Intriguingly, Chase is still producing good songs, but all to such low, disappointing reception and reviews.

Who is to blame?

The industry? For not providing that consistent succour for such great talents? Or the artistes for not pushing hard enough? Or both fronts?

Whatever it is, just know, that before the KiDis, King Promises, Kuami Eugene, Joe Boys, Fireboys and Kizz Daniels – there was Chase Forever, who had everything – I mean everything; the voice, the sex appeal and the swag.

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