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Emelia Brobbey’s Fame Ko Song is Better Than Most Songs From GH Musicians – Mark Okraku Mantey plunges

Mark Okraku Mantey, a music producer,an entertainment critics and CEO of Slip Entertainment, has plunged to the amor of actress cum singer Emelia Brobbey, who has been lambasted for her new song.

Emelia Brobbey’s Fa Me Ko song received a lot of backlashes both on social and traditional media.

The astute music producer speaking on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with Andy Dosty, said the actoress’ song is better than that of most musicians in the country.

“These same people, who are in the music bracket, if you listen to them and find out if Emelia doesn’t have a better song than most of them. But we take them as normal because they’re in music,” he stated.

Mr. Okraku believes the music industry sometimes exhibits a hostile attitude towards people who try to cross over from other sectors of the entertainment space.

He further explained that Ghanaians are being hard on the new artiste because she is from the film fraternity.

Pointing out Jamie Foxx as an example the Creative Arts Council President said that regardless of how hard the award-winning actor pushed his songs or his collaborations with top acts, the society was not really opened to him as a musician.

He explained that actors are associated with a kind of brand which makes it difficult to sometimes shift into the music world.

“The music people, there is a way they are able to meader their way into film and get acceptance” adding that he cannot pinpoint the particular problem when the situation is reversed.

Akosua Boatemaa

Founder/ Journalist blogger, Psychologist, Media Marketer/ Real Female Promoter, Entertainment Critic & Editor for Ghanaown.com Email: [email protected]

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