Samini's current producers do not know his style of music- former music producer lashes out

Samini's current producers do not know his style of music- former music producer lashes out

-Kwick Action is a music producer who has worked with Samini

-He explained that music is all about working with a producer who knows your style

-He has produced many artistes to come out with groundbreaking hits

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Known to be one of Ghana's talented producers of good music, Kwick Action has berated the way current producers of Samini are handling the musician. Kwick Action who used to be a producer for the "Linda" hit singer said the current producers of Samini did not know his musical style.

Samini's current producers are ignorant- former music producer lashes out

Kwick Action

The music producer said in an industry as competitive as Ghana's music industry, every musician needed a producer who he knows what to do to help his artiste stay relevant and on top of the charts.

He said Samini's style of music was not dancehall music, the more reason he thinks his current producers are not helping the musician.

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Kwick Action who believes knows his trade very well confidently believed that if he got to work with Samini again, he could help the artiste to bounce back to become number one or among the top contenders in the music industry now.

Samini's song, "Odo" which won a MOBO award in 2006 was produced by Kwick Action.

Looking at how he has created a lot of records that took Ghana music by storm, the producer believed he had the "Sweet mistake" song maker in his Palm and could turn his fortunes around.

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Kwick Action has produced many songs for some musicians including Tic Tac's "Fefe Ne Fe", Okomfuo Kwadee's hit song, "Yeko Mmaa Pe" and "Monkey Dey Work" by Kwaw Kese.

In an interview with TV3's Owusu Worae, the producer also said many artistes tend to abandon their producers immediately their fortunes are turned around.

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