Shatta Movement, Bhim Nation, SarkNation and other groups in Ghana music is not necessary – Kuami Eugene

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Ghanaian High-life singer and Afrobeats star, Kuami Eugene has observed a worrying trend that has become an impediment in the growth of Ghana music, relative to the Nigerian music industry.

The serial hitmaker said there is nothing like “Movements”, “Gangs” and “Nations” in Nigeria and that’s why their music is flourishing everywhere in the world compared to Ghana.

In an interview with MzGee on 3FM, Kuami Eugene said because of these demarcations in fan bases, there’s no unity which ultimately retards progress.

He said: “Fan bases make it difficult to organize shows in Ghana. It’s not like that in Nigeria. There ain’t any Davido Movement nor Wizkid Nation. Shatta Movement, Bhim Nation, Sark Natives and other groups in Ghana music is not necessary. “

He added: “There are too many movements, too many gangs, too many Army in GH entertainment industry and because of that, there is division; music lovers want to only support their favourite artistes and not everyone as in the case of Nigeria”

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