Ghanaian musician, Belinda Nana Akua Amoah popularly known as Mzbel says most songs by the current crop of musicians are not ‘sensible’.
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM Wednesday, Mzbel explained that, most of the songs written today don’t have a story line.
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According to her, back in the days when she started her music career, most of the musicians could take more than a month to record one song but times have changed.
“Before, the songs used to have a storyline but now they don’t. It took more than a month to write; We rehearsed over and over but now, they go into the studio once and the song is done…” she said.
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Asked why she was bashed many times in the media for her choice of lyrics in her songs, the ‘Saucy Girl’ hitmaker said “Ghanaian were not ready for the lyrics.
They claimed my songs were provocative. they were too much for them [the public] to take. Nowadays the songs have one word repeating throughout because the generation loves it like that…” she said.


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