Ghanian music legend, Gyadu Blay Ambulley has blamed the failure of new artistes on the improper and hasty productions prior to the release of their songs.
He added that it doesn’t make their music last longer than it should and easily fades away.
Ambulley said this in an interview with Foster Romanus on Etv.
He stated that during his days of active music, he and his colleagues like Amakye Dede spent lots of time on music before it was released. He explained that the and their teams had to sit down and brainstorm on instruments they even play in their music, making it everlasting music once released. He stressed that the same cannot be said for young crop of artistes.
“Today’s music has been a sharp-sharp style of music because the younger ones just get a computer and work on fruity loops to create rhythms. Some of the rappers even go to the studio, the engineer plays different beats and then they just choose one that they like.
“Our time, it wasn’t like that. Our time, it’s not somebody who’s going to create it for you. You create it because we learnt what is called music; the rudiments of music, the cadences of music and all that. The younger ones these days don’t know about the rudiments and the cadences of it so sharp things also die out sharp sharp”, he said.