While others blame style and changing music tastes of consumers for their inability to make it in the music industry, Gospel act Bohyeba Victoria believes that is just a fraction of the bigger picture.
The third edition of GhMovie-Con, a convention-style event that brings together filmmakers, aficionados, investors and stakeholders in the movie industry was successfully held at the Snap Cinemas in Accra on Saturday, January 29.
It was a lit December last year with a record number of events, and while patrons had a swell time at most of these events, not everyone was impressed with what went on, especially the performances of some artistes.
The Divisional Chairman for the Centres for National Culture (CNC) of the Public Services Workers Union (PSWU), Isaac Mensah, says he believes there is an agenda to collapse all the arts centres across the country.
Budding UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Yvonne Asamoah-Tawiah known by her stage name as Minister Yvonne says Ghana’s gospel music has been flourishing around the world in recent times because of its unique motivational content.