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Adesope Olajide: Ghana Is One of The Only African Countries Where Dancehall Is Relevant

Adesope Olajide and Stonebwoy
Adesope Olajide and Stonebwoy.

Energetic and Dynamic broadcaster of Nigerian descent— Adesope Olajide was interviewed by Muse Africa to discuss African music and the dichotomy between Ghana and Nigerian music.

Adesope spoke about his good working relationships with Ghanaian artistes like Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Medikal, Sarkodie, Becca, King Promise and Kuami Eugene and then expressed his thoughts on the reasons why he believes Ghana music isn’t pushed enough outside of Africa.

The responsibilities lie on the broadcasters from Ghana, the TV, and the radio presenters, the way you present it to the rest of the world is how we going to take it so you have to give those guys the energy.

Adesope Olajide
Adesope Olajide

Popularly known as ShopsyDoo or the Energy Gawd, Adesope Olajide is an experienced television and radio host who also dabbles in hosting live events. Throughout his amazing career, he’s had the pleasure of interviewing some of the world’s most famous music and entertainment personalities.

Find out more in the 29-minute interview below:



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