One of the promising names in the dancehall space in Ghana Masaany Mansa Musah has disclosed that, one thing that has been a challenge for him to blow as an artiste is money and wishes to call out on investors to come support his music.
Speaking on Showbiz Daily on Wednesday night on Sammy Flex TV, he said he is really doing his best as an independent artiste but wishes to call on any investor who understands the music business to invest in his talent.
“The industry is all about money. If you have money, the players can even push you to the top but when you don’t have money, you struggle. The only thing left for me to blow now is money. I need investors. To make a talent a star boy, it comes with money. You need a house, some big car so that when you coming people will give you that respect. When you have money you can rule. I am trying my best as an independent artiste. I have dropped songs during the lock down. I dropped songs like ‘Tsofi’, ‘Ahiaa na wo b3 di’,. Today I am promoting ‘Shelemo’. I just need someone who understands the business and can invest in me” he told Sammy Flex.
When asked if he fits in the current dancehall clash happening in the industry, he said he is more than fit and can stand any of the artistes any day any time. “I can fit into any clash in Ghana because I am very tight with my talent. Anyone that knows me knows this. Sometimes I feel I’m a threat to many people in the industry. They fear me because I have too much style. So sometimes when you call some of the players in the industry, they have good discussions with you but in the next minute, you will call the same person and he wouldn’t feel like answering your call again” he disclosed.
Story by: Reagan O.O.Osarfo (Nana Reagan)