The 80% Ghana Music Agenda Shouldn’t Stop Us From Pushing Our Music To Other Countries – CJ Biggerman.

The 80% Ghana Music Agenda Shouldn’t Stop Us From Pushing Our Music To Other Countries – CJ Biggerman.

After the dishonoring event which happened in Nigeria sometime last month, there has been several initiatives and campaigns to make others respect our various musical exports.

George Britton is championing his 80% Ghanaian Music agenda while many others are lobbying with the hash tag #Supportyourown. To make everyone aware that in other for the industry to thrive, we as a nation must first support our musicians before we expect same from others.

In a chat with CJ Biggerman, the rapper was asked if he is in support of the various campaigns coming forward to champion the music industry in the nation. The Number 1 hitmaker threw his full weight onto the agendas to push the music industry forward.

In his response, he suggested that we effectively use the internet to push our music to other parts of the world. “I agree with him but that shouldn’t stop us from pushing our music to other countires to be heard.

I know money is the problem but now we have the internet and we can use a cool budget to try and penetrate other territories.” He said.

CJ Biggerman after participating in the music reality show MTN Hitmaker has grown to become a budding artiste which others look up to. He has many singles to his name which include Number 1, Ewi, Postinor and Vibe to name a few.

Source: KobbyKyeiNews.Com