- Da' Hammer proposed the government builds neighbourhood arenas in selected communities
- He indicated that the arenas will serve as platforms for talents discovery
- The music producer bemoaned the absence of these platforms for up-and-coming talents
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Music producer, Da' Hammer, has proposed that the government builds neighbourhood arenas for weekly events in selected communities to help discover emerging talents.
According to the legendary hiplife pioneer, up-and-coming talents no longer have any platform to exhibit their God-given gifts to stand a chance of being discovered.
''The boys don't have platforms to be discovered anymore; it's serious. Even our comedians don't have a platform to go and display,'' he decried.
In an interview recently, Da' Hammer, proposed the government constructs arenas in selected communities in Accra and Kumasi cities to help unearth young talents and reserve the Dome and National Theatre for the big artistes.
''I did the math, and it'll cost us less than GHC400.000 to build one arena. If the government allocates some serious amount of $20 million for this, we can begin with the first face and the money this will bring ... this will create another business,'' he stated.
He advised that this should be done with a national agenda toward the music industry in mind.
Watch the interview below:
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see YEN.com.gh News on your News Feed!
The Adom hitmaker triumphed over musicians KiDi and Kuami Eugene to clinch the Artiste of the Year award at VGMA22 held in June.
Speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz on Saturday, July 10, Diana Hamilton explained that the controversies that ensued after her victory was also allowed by God for His glory.
Enjoy reading our stories? Join YEN.com.gh's Telegram channel!
Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news.