Hip life singer Jerry Anaabaa popularly known as Okomfour Kwadee has condemned foreign genres especially dancehall as type of music that carries no message.
Speaking with Graphic Showbiz, the “Yeeko Mmaa Pe” singer bemoaned how Ghanaian artistes are copying foreign genres and leaving our own.
“Are we proud as Ghanaians to be copying a genre like Dancehall music which has no message? We have so many issues in the country we can address with our music but a genre like Dancehall will never tackle such issues,” he lamented.
Kwadee therefore used himself as example and advised fellow musicians to use African rythyms.
“Let’s get the African rhythm in our songs. Let’s tell our stories in our music as I did with my songs. We have great talents in Ghana but it’s sad we are copying from the foreign world,” he added.
Kwadee went off the music scene for a while after it was reported that he is having mental disorder but he now again trying to regain the lost glory.