Our music should match with African rhythm- Ball J to Musicians in Ghana

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Albert Ayeh-Hanson known by his stage name Ball J or Ball J Beat, has advised musians in Ghana to match their songs in local language with African rhythm if they want to sell outside Ghana.

In an interview with Akoma FM’s Entertainment show host Tony Best, the rapper cum sound engineer referred to Waayila, Angèligue Kidjo, King Ayisoba and the likes are real African Artist and are doing very well on international platforms, so other artist should learn from them if they want to do well internationally.

The Founder and CEO of Nu Africa Records further explained that Ghana has a very beautiful Genre such as Hilife and Hiplife which some artist in other countries have copied and redesigned it into Afrobeat which is doing well globally.

“What we need is to include African rhythm in our work to make it complete…the important thing is the beat not the language.” He added.

Please Listen to the interview 

Filed by Ohene Anochie 

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