Skannah, a rising star in the Ghanaian music scene, recently shed light on the challenges faced by emerging artists in the industry.
Despite his success and the positive reception of his single “Any Where You Dey,” Skannah shared his frustrations with the expectations placed on up-and-coming musicians by established mainstream artists.
During an interview on ShoBiz TV, Skannah expressed his disappointment with the reluctance of mainstream musicians to collaborate with emerging talents. He revealed that established artists often demand “extra much” from emerging acts before considering collaboration opportunities.
This expectation can create significant hurdles for up-and-coming artists who are eager to break into the industry and gain recognition.
Skannah highlighted the efforts that many emerging artists put into their craft in the hopes of securing collaborations with mainstream stars, only to be met with resistance or indifference. Despite these challenges, Skannah remains determined and focused on showcasing his talent to the world.
While acknowledging the difficulties faced by emerging artists, Skannah maintains a positive outlook and continues to work hard to establish himself in the music industry.
His perseverance and dedication to his craft serve as a testament to his passion for music and his determination to succeed despite the obstacles he faces.