Popular rapper, Edem has lamented the discrimination he faces in the music industry following his routes to the Volta Region.
Denning Edem Hotor has revealed how low of a payment he receives as a musician all because he hails from the Volta Region - a development he believes reveals the pain of tribal segmentation in the music industry.
According to Edem, this experience always makes him feel underrated and thus less of a human in the music industry.
“I feel underrated, at a point I feel we are doing much more than we are credited for…I’ve been marginalised but it just doesn’t get to me,” CEO of Volta Regime Music Group (VRMG) who hails from Dzodze in the Volta Region revealed in an interview with Lexis Bill of Joy Drive Time.
To this end, the musician in impressing upon the president to at least, construct a stadium in the Volta Region to aid the people of the region to appreciate arts and music so as to get "people change their perception."
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