Versatile Ghanaian young songstress, KANEA has said that Ghanaian female musicians don’t get enough support like their male counterparts because their music lacks a message.
The sixteen-year-old signee of the Shatta Movement Record said the lack of message in their music makes it difficult for the industry to support them and their growth.
“The females always say that the industry gives the men more attention than them but it’s not true, this is because their music is not good so even if you are trying to support them it will not work because their music is not good”.
The Yaayi singer made the comment in an interview with MzGee on TV3 Newday on Thursday, November 19, monitored by GhanaPlus.com.
The musician was there to speak about her latest single, “Aso Me Dem”.
“There is no message in it, there is no advice” the one time TV3 Talented Kids contestant KANEA said.
She, however, commended female music sensations, Becca, and Efya for the feet they have choked in placing Ghana music in the global space.
Profile of KANEA
KANEA rose to fame at a very tender age when she contested the TV3 kids flagship programme, Talented Kids in 2012 under the brand name Erica.
The young star made a comeback after the reality show, two (2) years ago with her debut single “That Girl”.
Currently, she has a number of songs to her credit including Shatta Wale, Waakye, Yaayi, etc.