Nigerian hip pop recording artiste and actor, Panshark Zamani, better known on stage as Ice Prince, has revealed that Ghanaian music industry is improving due to effort of some individual artistes that are projecting the music industry to the world, hence the need to have more investors investing in the industry to help improve it.
In an interview with www.flexgh.com, the hip pop star stated that Ghanaian artistes are doing well with very little investment coming their way, but he is hoping for more. He believes this would help bring about growth in the industry.
Ice prince who rose to fame after releasing his first single titled ‘oleku’, which has been one of Nigerians most remixed song of all time, has also been one of the Nigerian artistes who has collaborated with many Ghanaian artistes.
He has won many prestigious awards across Africa and the world. It includes Hennessy Artiste club Tour, BET award for best international act, Ghana Music Awards and two times Nigerian entertainment awards. He is currently signed to Chocolate City Records in Nigeria.
He therefore added that he is looking forward to do more collaborations with Ghanaian musicians because they are much talented in music and knows it will help his music career and also open ways to the Ghanaian artists to market their brand and music in Nigeria.
Obviously, Ghanaian disc jockeys have been supportive to the growth of Nigerian music in Ghana. Ice prince took this opportunity to appreciate their efforts for supporting Nigeria music by playing their music on their various platforms.
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