"Ghana music is excellent on a scale (of 1-10), it pasts 10. But if you are talking about the industry, it doesn't really exist," says Wanlov the Kubolor.
Wanlov the Kubolor, a member of FOKN Bois music group, thinks the Ghanaian music industry has some loopholes thus, it's unfit to be described as an 'industry'.
In a one-on-one interview with the "Never Go Change" hitman said "Ghana music is excellent on a scale (of 1-10), it pasts 10. But if you are talking about the industry, it doesn't really exist."
His reasons for the non-existence of the music industry is based on the fact that, there's no money, structures and access to good music in the industry.
"In Ghana, there's no structure to help artistes and people have access to good music because most of the people who really do good music do not have financial support to pay TV and radios to air their creations," Wanlov stated.
Commenting on Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour's performance at Musicians Union Of Ghana (MUSIGA) as the president of the union, Wanlov said "I think Obour is doing something different," he rumoured "I heard he is driving different cars everyday. He is doing something well."
Watch the full interview below.