Ghanaian high life artiste Paa Kwasi born Nana Kwasi Aryeh formerly of the defunct music group Dobble has said in a Facebook post that, Music business is becoming a useless profession in Ghana.
His ordeal comes after hearing 196ghc was sent to high life legend Felix Owusu via his mobile money account from Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) as his royalties.
The ‘abe’ hitmaker said in his post that doing music in Ghana is becoming a useless venture since nothing good is coming out of it.
Two years after leaving the Dobble music group, highlife singer Paa Kwasi has released over twenty songs like: Abe,Hun,I don care,Akpaso,Fair warning,Uncle Ebo,god and many more as a solo artiste.
He is currently under Panther Media Productions record label owned by Ghanaian footballer William Amamoo who plays for Härnösands FF in Sweden.
Months ago, the Walahi Talahi boys, EnnWai and Paa Kwasi off Dobble fame started releasing their solo projects to the world. Starting with Paa Kwasi who released his collaboration titled Alomo with Mr All4Real, Ofori Amponsah, the other half of the group, EnnWai dropped his first single as a solo musician titled Give Thanks.
Dobble released countless hits and performed on several big stages. Some of their hit songs include Walahi Talahi, Good Mood, Adiepena, Otan Ni Aduro, 1 Click, Only U, Guerro, Spark Ma Moto, Deepest Side (Ft Shatta Wale) What Can Come Can Come (Ft Bisa Kdei) among others.
They were on the path of promoting their latest single, Christy before the break up.
Below Is What He Posted: