Ghana’s finest contemporary storytelling artist Okomfour Kwadee who went missing from the music scene has criticised Charter House for sidelining him in the organisation’s awards scheme.
The musician, announcing his comeback, said this in an exclusive interview with YouTube based channel Obibini TV as monitored by Jak News Online.
Peeved Okomfour Kwadee told host Emmanuel Agyemang that: “Our music setting is arranged by Nigerians here in Ghana. Unfortunately, if you don’t sideline with them, they kick you off the award category game. The truth hurts but unfortunately, Ghanaians appreciate foreigners more than our own local brand.”
The Etua Te Dom boss added that the “managerial positions in Charter House are all occupied by Nigerians. So, how do you expect me to win an award?”
Charter House, a partly owned Nigerian company that organises the Ghana Music Awards, has been heavily criticised in the past by musicians including dancehall artist Shatta Wale with Kwadee being the latest to register his displeasure.
Kwadee, in the YouTube interview, appealed to the Ghanaian media to support their work and preach to the world the talents Ghanaian youth have.
The musician is scheduled to release his comeback banger “Chess Game” on June 4, 2021 under the ‘Etua Te Dom’ label.
Chess Game features both KGenius and Ohemaa Woyeje.