The Ghana music industry appears to be getting exciting and witnessing new crop of young artistes who are raising the flag of Ghana high in the diaspora.
The music industry who used to witness the older generation, is now gaining very young and talented musicians who are outsmarting some of the older folks.
As the saying goes, there is time for everyone to shine when it comes to music, so are musicians and every era of music.
Time has passed, where we have seen many great musicians, but as it stands, it is obvious those who held the mantle are gradually falling out and a new era is approaching.
Many of young artistes have been underground for long, but it seems this is the time for them to blow due to their pure talents and hard work.
One promising and talented Ghanaian musician who is gradually taking over the music industry and lifting Ghana’s flag beyond borders is Samuel Duah Mensah, popularly known in showbiz as Drizzy Mill.
The young talented dancehall musician, who is currently based outside the country is said to be making it big in Russia.
Drizzy is currently making huge impact in Russia, after featuring El-jay, a top Russian hit rapper and other mini rappers, including Black Chines, Yunge Savage.
The young artiste also has one dancehall single with a top Zambian rapper, and one other French rapper.
The young musician who hails from Ashanti Region of Ghana, started rapping in High School in Kumasi Academy with the likes of Jay Bone, Ypee and many more others who are pulling crowd in Ghana music.
Drizzy then got scholarship to study in China a year after graduating from High School, and now based in Russia where he thrilling dozens with his music.
The Russian-based Ghana artiste is currently working to release his first album, containing 12 tracks with 3 interludes and 8 singles.
Drizzy Mill in a chat recently with Yen.com.gh revealed that it his big dream to take over Ghana music industry by the time his album is released
“With determination, I am hoping that I will have a nice music career in both Russia and in Ghana to continue the good job our music legends like Sarkodie, and the rest are already doing back home,” Drizzy Mill said.
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