Ghanaian female artiste, Sefadzi Abena Amesu, has encouraged forthcoming artistes to choose a decent management, and a promotion team to market their art. The voguish artiste, likewise stated that new artistes in the game need only 20 percent skill and ability to prevail in the Ghanaian music industry space.
The diverse award winning artiste, was a contributive expert hand on the United Showbiz entertainment evaluation program, anchored by Nana Ama McBrown.
The female Ghanaian performer, has unveiled that new artistes in the music scene, can produce any genre of music, and still manage to make it a hit, assuming they have the right collection of team members who would be willing to market their tunes.
Sefadzi Abena Amesu, made this disclosure on the most recent episode of United Showbiz, which was broadcasted on October 21, 2022. The all-female specialist team, anchored by Nana Ama Mcbrown, were talking about the abnormalities that occurred at Tidal Rave, and also to BET nominated artiste, Black Sherif, with his astounding accomplishments since releasing his song, the First Sermon.
The modish artiste, complimented Black Sherif, otherwise called Blacko, by saying, “I feel very happy for him. I feel he is doing exceptionally well. I also feel like he is bringing a lot of attention to the Ghanaian music industry. One thing people don’t know is that he is bringing attention to the fact that as a music industry there is more we can do.”
Expanding into a portion of the elements that have added to Black Sherif’s triumph during these couple of months, Sefadzi added that, “You can’t just say you are a musician and sit down. You need a team that’s going to do the job for you because now, talent is just 20 %. You can sit down and sing anything and if you have a solid team, they push it and it’ll become a hit.”
“It has made me realize that there’s more we can do for ourselves as musicians. You don’t just sit down and you have to look for something better. I think his team is doing amazing, his record label is doing amazing for he is doing so well, so congratulations,” the appreciative musician added on.
The expert team of analysts, consisting of actress, Salma Mumin, showbiz savants MzGee, Amanda Jissih, and Whitney Boakye-Mensah, additionally complimented Black Sherif on his accomplishments, as he keeps on excelling higher in the music business.
The expressive and lovely anchor of the show, Nana Ama Mcbrown, likewise uncovered that she was unable to go to Black Sherif’s elegant event for his album launch, as a result of her swamped work schedule. Per her account, when she got to the location where the program was organized at about 1 am, the event had already been concluded.