Sensational Ghanaian singer Mishasha believes artistes beefing each other is not the best way to put Ghanain music on the world stage.
The music industry in recent times has been largely dominated with beefs among various artistes which have caused a huge backlash regarding the progress of our music.
According to the Pretty and Dangerous hitmaker known in real life as Mishasha Jacobs, beefs do not aid the progress of individual acts but rather creates disruptive factions that hinder the growth of artistes and music in general.
“Let’s invest our energy in doing good music. It is the only Ghanaian music that can transcend our borders and make it onto the world map.
“Beefs doesn’t add value to your craft but rather creates a faction of disruptive fans who would not aid your progress regardless of your talent,” she said in an interview.
The budding songstress known for her exceptional vocal prowess is set to release her second single of the year in the next coming days.
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