Renowned Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has called on media houses and disc jockeys [DJ’s] to play 90% of Ghanaian songs at occasions and on their airways.
Shatta Wale’s call comes after numerous complaints about the addition of foreign songs in the Ghanaian music airways.
As reported by the dancehall artiste, the plan can only be executed if all the stakeholders in the music industry to attain one goal.
“I want to propose the institution and enforcement of a national agenda to prioritize Ghanaian music on our airwaves,” Shatta Wale mentioned in his first State of the Nation Address on the music industry.
He said, “Let’s give Ghana music 90% of the airways and spread 10% for other countries.”
“For this proposition to work, we need all hands on deck, media house owners, DJ’s, event organizers, MUSIGA and every single stakeholder including the Government of Ghana,” the ‘Kakai’ hitmaker added up.
As reported by him, “this must be a national agenda; let’s all get involved now to make it happen.”