Award winning Ghanaian broadcast Journalist Abeiku Santana has asked high life musician Dada Hafco to go and teach in the University if he wants high life music to sell.
In an interview with Dada Hafco, Abeiku Santana said the only way he can make high life music fly on the world music board to go and teach high life at the University of Education.
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The highlife musician in the interview made mention of how most Ghanaian artists don’t live by the Ghanaian culture in their music, hence the music does not cross the borders of Ghana.
According to Dada Hafco, Ghanaian musicians haven’t identified what they want to sell to the world .
Watch the full interview below;
By Fuseina Issaka | Head of Entertainment