Ghanaian Gospel artiste and producer, Nacee, says he will not be working with any female musician in Ghana again.
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According to the Mpaebo hitmaker, working with female artistes, especially married ones, creates lots of problems to his professional routine.
In an interview on Hitz FM, Nacee said mostly the husbands of these female artistes who double up as managers, complain too much about the duration of their studio session.
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Nacee added that since most of his studio sessions run late into the night, partners of these female musicians are usually unhappy about it.
“Most female gospel musicians are being managed by their husbands. Sometimes I have to jump in and speak for them for the husbands to understand that they are in the studio,” he told Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Monday.
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In other news, YEN.com.gh, earlier reported that Ghanaian broadcaster, Delay, known in real life as Deloris Frimpong Manso said Ghanaians should stop disturbing Keche Andrew and allow him to enjoy his marriage.
Since Keche Andrew, the other half of music duo, Keche, tied the knot last weekend with his wife, Joana Gyan, who is the President of Golden Empire Legacy Limited, the parent company of the record label which recently signed Keche, people have been trolling him on social media.
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According to some people, the singer married his boss because of her money and not love, arguing that she’s older than the Keche. Commenting on the issue on the Delay Show monitored by YEN.com.gh, Delay stated that Ghanaians should let the young man enjoy his marriage.
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