Develop new Artistes – Jew Nart tells Old Musicians

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Obrafour & Tic 

Upcoming rapper Jew Nart has descended heavily on \”Old Artistes\” more especially Ghana rap sofo \”Obrafour\” for not grooming young talents but rather than wasting money on personal recordings hoping to get hit song(s).

This comes about because people believe that the rap industry is gradually going down which lead to Edem to voice out that even Obrafour is fast depreciating so he should up his game regardless in an interview with Arnold of Vibes in 5 fame.

In an interview with ghface.com, Jew Nart narrated how they are suffering doing good songs but no one is there to manage or link them to the media.


Nart continued by saying that Obrafour must develop the new artistes instead of wasting resources on himself alone.

Read what he said;

“Like by now Obrafour would have a company mainly for grooming rap artistes since he claims the King of kasahari. We are here suffering doing good songs but who to manage or link us to the media is our problem. He must develop the new artistes instead of wasting resources on himself. Let him try to invest in the new ones”, Jew Nart said this when he was interviewed by ghface.com.


According to Jew Nart this message is not for Obrafour alone but to all the old artistes who are trying to get hit songs again.

“This doesn’t go to only Obrafuor but to all those who have faded away but still don’t want to give up but investing wrongly in their dead career. They should invest in the young ones like Richie (Lynx Entertainment), D Black (Black Avenue Muzik), Sarkodie (SarkCess Music), etc.”.

Born Jewel Nartey, but known as Jew Nart in the industry also disclosed that TicTac is releasing songs but it’s not penetrating. So, it’s high time TicTac now Tic considered nurturing young talents. More importantly, Obrafour must try and manage up and coming ones and see how he will make more money like Richie is making money from acts like Kuami Eugene, MzVee and KiDi.


Source: sirkenn.com 

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