Popular Ghanaian highlife singer Kwesi Pee on live radio has registered his grief over Ghanaians not patronising good music.
According to him, its hurts so much to put out great songs and have it not patronise by the public.
He had made such registration on Hitzfm’s DaybreakHitz morning Entrtainment show with Andy Dosty.
“When I put out great songs and people do not pay attention to it, it hurts” – he said.
He maintained that, he sometimes feels like giving up on his music career after he has taken time to put out great content but wouldn’t get the necessary attention.
“I sometimes feel like giving up. At the end of the day, it is something within your blood. You can’t just get up and decide to stop” he added.
Perhaps, he divulged not having any problem with the media but he assumed most are hypocrites except few. Said by the “mehia odo” hit maker, it takes few Djs and radio presenters to know good music. Most can’t tell you at the face if your song is bad but will rather say it behind your back and that is how hypocrite they are.
“Most of us are hypocrites. They do not tell it to you in the face. They’d rather say it behind your back. It takes few DJs and radio presenters to know good music” he added.
Kwasi Poku Addae, better known by the stage name Kwaisey Pee, is a Ghanaian highlife musician. He is mostly known for his Highlife genres coupled with a soothing voice and has about five albums to his credit. In 2007, he won the Best Male Vocal performance of the Ghana Music Awards.