Our Music Industry Is Lagging Behind Because Of Back-Bitting Among Ourselves - ZeeTown Melody

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Some Musicians and music lovers are of view that, the Ghanaian music industry is stagnant and not progressing.

Sensational musical group Zeetown Melody happen to share the same opinion. The group noted that, the industry is still lagging behind as a result of slander among artistes.

They told host DJ Nyaami in an interview on SVTV Africa that, even though the industry is progressing pretty well, it’s not moving faster as should it be because of disunity among some Ghanaian artistes.

“The industry is going forward and coming backwards at the same time, and it’s because we don’t support ourselves like the Nigerians do. Some Ghana man will see an opportunity that will change his friend’s destiny but will never connect him, all these are making our music industry lag behind because of the backbiting among ourselves”

Jay Smith, the other half of the group added that, some industry players who can also help upcoming artists promote their music will be demanding for money before pushing it.

Asked which artiste they would like to feature in their upcoming projects, they disclosed that, they would love to feature highlife legends Amakye Dede and Kojo Antwi respectively.

 The group who are brothers made of Jay Smith and Adekid collectively known as ZeeTown Melody have made some serious waves since last year.

They started off with ‘Roll It’ featuring BHIM Nation prince – Kelvyn Boy last year. The song ended up been one of the most played songs during the Christmas festivities in 2018.

Now they are back with a love song titled ‘Guda’ and genuinely telling boys out there to express their feelings to women. ‘Guda’ in Hausa means one.

The group is currently promoting their new single ‘Guda’ and production credits goes Streetbeatz.

With soaring harmonies, gorgeous song compositions and mentoring from R2Bees, Possigee, Streetbeatz and more; ZeeTown Melody are one of the most promising new acts for 2019.

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