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The music industry has no love – Obligation

BY ERICA ARTHUR

BUDDING GHANAIAN Dancehall artiste Ebenezer Appiah Moore, known in the music scene as Obligation, has said that the Ghanaian music industry lacks love and togetherness.

Obligation, who started his music career last year, says he was once a rapper and challenged himself to do Gospel dancehall and that currently he has a new song dubbed ‘Speedy Recovery’.

The artiste who describes himself as passionate and someone who loves God and does music for life wants his colleague artistes to abhor jealousy and rather show love and support especially to the new artiste for them to find their grounds in the industry

In an interview, he said, “I have eight singles produced by SkyBeatz & Kojobeatz and I’m still independent without a manager. My current song is ‘Speedy Recovery’. I chose the name because I want to wish anyone who doesn’t believe in God a Speedy Recovery.

“I look up to Shatta Wale, Medikal, Kwesi Arthur and I’m always inspired by reading my Bible. Most of my songs are Gospel dancehall. I will tell anyone who looks up to me to stay focused and never lose hope.

“I will love to feature Shatta Wale, Medikal or Kwesi Arthur on my songs soon.”

 

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