We guess it’s about time some artists stopped doing music and channel their energy into something more productive and fulfilling.
This article is not in any way designed to ridicule these artists herein but to let them know that the few fanbases they have amassed with their wack songs should be enough for them.
This is not to suggest that Cabum is not a good artist but the dude has been in the industry for over a decade and despite his hard work, he’s still not breaking into the mainstream.
He’s barely known and we bet he could walk in your street without anybody realising he’s a celebrity. Perhaps it’s time for him to quit music and do something productively with his life.
Admittedly Patapaa has one of the biggest songs in the annals of Ghanaian music. His monster hit, One Corner is popular in other African countries and beyond which has made him an instant celebrity.
That notwithstanding, Patapaa’s talent as a musician has a huge question mark breathing fire and brimstone at the end of his brand.
He doesn’t do music with profound lyrics or themes. He is the type of artiste who cannot do freestyle when he’s put on the spot and can barely make a song that’s woven around any sensible subject.
This is one of the many reasons why Kuame Eugene labeled Patapaa as a noisy musician hence won’t have any collaboration with him a few months ago during an interview.
In an interview on GHOne’s Rhythms, Kuami Eugene suggested that Patapaa has no talent which is evident in the kind of songs he does so he wouldn’t jump on a song with him. ‘He (Patapaa) said he needs me on a song. He’s calling me for a feature, Kuame Eugene said. And I said no! I’m not ready.
Kuame Eugene then asked Ghanaians not to wait for a future collaboration saying: ‘Do not wait. Patapaa’s kind of song is not me. He is making too much noise,’ he added.
Honestly, I’ve no idea who advised Fantana to do music. She’s not talented and the songs she has churned out so far substantiate this perfectly.
The way she even carries herself about in her music videos shows she’s not cut for the music world. We guess Fantana wanted to have a slice of fame via music but things have not turned out the way she had expected.
All the songs she produced while at Rufftown Records, especially ‘So What’ has been mocked as substandard productions.
Although we agree that talent alone does not make one a superstar, Fantana does not have the requisites to qualify her as a musician which is why she should quit ASAP and find something else to do with her life. After all, her mom is a very rich and influential woman who can help her adapt to a different terrain altogether.
For starters, D-Black is doing very well as an entrepreneur. He knows people have mocked him over the years for his wack songs and the fact that he has no talent.
He himself has admitted that he’s making a lot of money aside from music hence if his career is not as smooth as people see it, he has a backup plan already.
Although the rapper has some hit tracks to his credit such as ‘Vera’, Ghanaians have not accepted him wholeheartedly because they claim he’s not talented.
Furthermore, he has won 11 awards and has been nominated for 50 awards in his 11-year career, but D-Black is still not seen as a talented rapper.
5. Dada Hafco
Dada Hafco is relatively unknown in the music industry although he has been around for over ten years. He used to be a rapper but swapped it for Highlife yet, he’s not getting the recognition he deserves.
Born Terry Asare Boamah, Dada Hafco had his song Yebewu Nti nominated in the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in the Highlife Song of the Year category. He was also nominated for the Highlife Artiste of the Year in the VGMA for two years in a row.