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We were robbed- Moses Ok On Not Migrating Music To Digital Platforms Early Enough

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Contemporary Ghanaian gospel musician/songwriter, Moses OK has revealed most veteran musicians were taken advantage of, and therefore could not make enough revenue from their songs on digital music shops early enough.

According to the ‘Adom Wura’ hitmaker, a couple of years back when distributing songs had changed in almost every part of the world including Ghana, some old musicians, whom he is a part of had no idea of navigating through the new phase and so therefore got robbed. 

The popular crooner, who was speaking in an exclusive interview with Tony Best on Akoma FM’s Entertainment 360 detailed saying;

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“At a point the music ministry had taken another phase where most of my colleagues had to migrate their songs to the digital platforms, and for some of us while the time was ticking, we didn’t prepare for it and moreover we didn’t even have much knowledge about it.”

Normally back in the days, we would send our cassettes to distributors and marketers at Kejetia and Kantamanto and probably send promotional copies to the few radio stations we had back then. In fact, it was just recently that I found out that one needs to sign up with a recognized music distribution company that will distribute your songs on digital stores,” he added

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