Ghanaian dancehall act, Samini has urged musicians to do more virtual concerts to entertain fans while the lockdown directive is still in place.
In an interview with Joy News, he explained that such online concerts should be part of every artiste’s strategy to endure the lockdown because technology is the order of the day.
“Online concerts is something that has been there and will always be there. Whether coronavirus or not, every artist should find a way to engage their audience online live,”
The Reggae/Dancehall artiste who is currently in Canada with his family revealed he has plans to organise a virtual concert during or after the coronavirus pandemic.
He added that there will acoustic performances of some of his songs and many other surprises.
Samini advised fans across the globe to adhere to all precautionary measures and stay safe during these difficult times.
Watch the interview below.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the lockdown announced, several musicians/producers have been entertaining people through social media.
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