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Don’t be local champions – Camidoh to artistes

Source The Ghana Report

It is a good feeling for musicians to have huge support from their home country but Afrobeats artiste Camidoh has said that is not enough for an artist who wants to make it globally.

To Camidoh, Ghanaian musicians should not be content with their fans in only Ghana but also move from their comfort zone to win more fans outside by touring other countries.

“It is just right that a musician tours different countries, makes themselves popular there, and wins more fans. That is the only way we can be heard beyond Ghana and become global artists and I am working towards that.

“I want to be a global icon and as we talk now, I am currently preparing to go to Nigeria and other African counties to make myself and my music popular.

“We will only be known in Ghana if we don’t make it a deliberate attempt to move out of our comfort zone and make ourselves popular.

“But the sad thing is that we don’t have that support which will push us out there. For example, a corporate entity could team up with some of us and support us with whatever we need to go global,” He said in an interview with Graphic Showbiz.

Asked if it was difficult to be consistent as a musician, the Sugarcane hitmaker said it was really tough to be consistent and more difficult if you are a young musician in the industry.

“If you don’t have people investing and pushing your music out there, how can you be consistent. You will just have the best songs and it just stays with you. How can you be consistent when you play shows and you are not paid? You need money to record new songs, pay for music videos and get your name out there.

“I am glad I have a team who sees to it that my music career reaches the topmost height. With such a solid team behind you, you rest assured that you will go places,” he said.

Talking about how Sugarcane became a massive hit, Camidoh said the media helped in pushing the song everywhere. “While TV and radio were busily pushing the song, TikTok Ghana was also promoting it. In all, I am grateful to Ghanaians for pushing the song.

“Massive shout out to King Promise, Darkoo, and Mayorkun from Nigeria who made the song number one in Nigeria when he featured on the remix. Mayorkun promoted the song for me and that tells how powerful collaborations can be,” he said.

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