The former chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) and one of Ghana's finest veteran musicians, Julius Kojo Antwi, popularly known as Kojo Antwi has disclosed what he thought was his inability to thrive as Ghamro Chairman.
According to him, the system wasn't ready to accept his ideas which seemed to be idealistic or utopian due to his vision for the industry.
Speaking with DJ Candyman on Atinka FM’s Drive show Friday, the “Sika Dam” hit maker explained that he wanted an industry which will make artistes believe in what they do and also make colossal money out of.
When asked by Candyman whether or not his chairmanship somewhat dented his reputation, he stated categorically that to an extent it did, but resorted to the "silence approach" and was not in haste to prove critics wrong, which according to him, was the best approach.
The All Africa music award winner believed implementation of his dreams and aims for GHAMRO was going to be the beginning of an unprecedented success chalked in the music industry, nevertheless, he believes there is still an opportunity to right the wrongs.
It is very clear that GHAMRO's issues had dwindled the music man's political interest as he categorically told Candyman he wouldn't want to venture anything political anymore.
Ghana | Atinkaonline.com