Ghanaian music has long been a source of pride and joy for many Ghanaians.
However, in recent years, there has been a growing trend of Ghanaian music listeners being too narrow-minded when it comes to embracing music from the diaspora.
Canadian-based Ghanaian musician KFT is calling out this narrow-mindedness and urging Ghanaian music listeners to expand their horizons and embrace musicians in the diaspora.
KFT, who released his “Heart Break Story” EP two years ago and recently signed with New Revolution Records, is currently in Ghana promoting his new song, “Odo Nwom” which translates to English as “Love Song”.
As part of his media tour, KFT is using this opportunity to speak out about the need for Ghanaian music listeners to open their minds to different genres and embrace music from the diaspora.
In an interview with Doreen Avio on Hitz FM, KFT believes that Ghanaian music listeners need to be more open-minded and willing to explore music from different cultures and backgrounds. He believes that this will help to create a more diverse and vibrant music scene in Ghana and expand our music territory.
KFT argues that, this will help to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for musicians from the diaspora.
His latest release, Odo Nwom has been widely praised by music lovers as being a very authentic yet dynamic sound
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