Kelvyn Boy, a Ghanaian music sensation, has sought to provide an explanation for why Ghanaian musicians are having difficulty getting their music popularized in Nigeria.
In the opinion of the former Burniton Music Group signee, Nigerians have successfully balanced their sound such that their songs are recognized worldwide.
In his explanation, Nigerian music not only dominates the African continent but the whole world as a result of its global appeal.
It is only through careful packaging, according to the Afro Beat singer, that Ghanaian music can reach such heights.
He was speaking with host Ato Kwamina Otoo D’Gem on Takoradi-based Connect FM.
“They (Nigerians) have managed to balance their sound and made sure their outcome is global. They most of the time put all their dialects aside and speak the pidgin (English), and they tap from everyone; Amapiano, Highlife… they have managed to box it into one,” he asserted.
Even though he believes some efforts are being made, he explains that a lot more could be done.
He further called on Ghanaians to support good music, as the results will be beneficial for all.