Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, EL has shared his thoughts on recent issues about Ghana Music Industry, raised by colleagues Edem and Stonebwoy as all entertainment shows and other activities are ceased over coronavirus effects.
According to Elorm Adablah as biologically known, he is financially stable because he doesn’t joke with savings since he is fully aware that, the industry structures are not well fixed.
Ghanaian rap giant, Edem and Dancehall juggernaut, Stonebwoy in a series of separate posts on social media, complained about the deplorable state of the music fraternity which has largely aggravated by the ravaging coronavirus pandemic. They therefore, concluded at the same angle that, if the situation persists for a long period, Ghanaian artiste would face financial crisis.
Though the said artistes received lots of mixed reactions from colleagues and netizens but it seems like a sharp rebuttal, EL claims he is financially fit and not starving like others because he never misused his opportunities and made hay while the sun was shining.
“Have you ever heard the adage ‘save for the rainy days?‘… So those who saved are not hungry. Those who didn’t heed to this advice would definitely find themselves broke in this stranded season. I’ve been advising my fellow artistes that we should be each other’s keeper so that we can be in difficult times, we can be offering some support to ourselves.
“So I hope none of the Ghanaian musicians is currently broke like that because for my side, I’m cool“ he said in an interview with Amasaman Krakye on Radio Central.