Ghana’s female rapper, Eno Barony has dismissed claims which suggested that featuring renowned artistes could boost popularity of songs.
According to her, many young artistes had embraced the notion that excelling in the industry depended on a great art they feature, thus move mountains to get a renowned artiste on their track.
The multi-talented rapper explained that featuring industrial artistes whose art did not suit the song could destroy its nature, quality and market value.
“There is no talent better than other talents, if the person is on top and the person’s style does not suit the track it will kill the song because no human can make you a hit, it is through your hard work,” she said.
Eno Barony underscored the need for industrial players to choose talent over hype.
She observed that many talents could not develop due to funds, expatiating that “if you do not have money to promote your art you cannot excel” and appealed to investors to invest in talents.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE