Gold Baron Movement founder and Upper West-based artiste, Gold Baron has urged Ghanaian artistes to engage in healthy ‘beef’ for the growth of the music industry.
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“If there is a ‘beef’ between two artistes, it doesn’t make them enemies, it should help enhance the industry and not to ruin it,” he suggested.
According to Gold Baron, though ‘beefs’ may be good for the industry, it does not promote the industry to the world in a positive way and affects the image of the Ghana music industry.
Speaking in an interview with Adomonline during the 2019 edition of the ‘Ghana Meets Niger’ concert, Gold Baron stated that it was important for artistes to also explain to their fans how to deal with ‘beefs.’
Adomonline during the 2019 edition of the ‘Ghana Meets Niger’ concert, Gold Baron stated that it was important for artistes to also explain to their fans how to deal with ‘beefs.’
“Artistes should be able to explain the dynamism of the music industry to their fans and it should be about the music and nothing to incite fans for violence because music ‘beef’ in the industry is not to create violence,” he stated.
Gold Baron said he hopes to take Ghana’s music to a different level on the world market.
He has songs with Fancy Gadam, Patapaa and is currently looking forward to collaboration with other great artistes in Ghana and beyond.