Music producer Hammer of the ‘Last Two’ has indicated that the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) and Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) have performed poorly in the discharge of their duties toward growing the creative arts industry in the country.
Speaking on Class91.3FM’s weekend entertainment show, The Big Show, Hammer said: “The authorities we have are not doing a great job, so, we are just educating with the power we have as experienced people, to give the industry a real push”.
Hammer further revealed that together with other stakeholders, he aims to educate producers, especially, on how to make money via music streaming platforms.
Hammer hopes to get most of the producers onto the online streaming platforms and educate them on how it works.
”I don’t want to be called out 20 years later for ruining the industry. We have to leave it better than we found it. That is why I came back into the industry,” he stated.