FOKN Bois "Our so-called MUSIGA must be dismantled and restructured" - M3nsa

"Our so-called MUSIGA must also be dismantled and restructured with people who really care about the organisation, and not just there to also chop and quench," he said.

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FOKN Bois group member, producer and instrumentalist, M3nsa, strongly believes that the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) needs a total makeover.

The "Ghetto" singer made this known in an interview with NYDJLive last week.

"Our so-called MUSIGA must also be dismantled and restructured with people who really care about the organisation, and not just there to also chop and quench," he said.

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Touching on whether he has identified any deviation from the Hiplife movement he started, the rapper said;

"Nah (no), just like any form of popular culture it’s going through very normal and expected transitions. The good stuff will stay, and the chaff will be disposed of. But every now and then some flukes will also slip through. It’s definitely growing and could have an even greater future we apply more quality control. I will say some of the basic things still need to be looked at. A royalty system in Ghana and more support for musicians as a whole from our country. From the top officials to the bottom.

"Take a look around the world and you’ll realize that every ‘successful’ country holds its creative and sportsmen (and women) high not just as celebrity, but as respectable, contributing citizens who play a critical role in the positive growth of the nation."



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