Popular Ghanaian entertainment pundit, Mr. Logic has told stakeholders after legendary music producer, Da Hammer’s assertion suggested that Gyakie has now become the standard for Ghanaian female musicians.
Gyakie after releasing her debut EP, Seed has been considered as the Ghanaian female artist who can rock shoulders with big women in the music industry outside Ghana.
This assertion, however, does not sit well with Mr. Logic who has posited that the Ghanaian music industry players should desist from using the ‘Forever’ singer as a measuring rod for other female musicians.
The popular and controversial music pundit said this whilst speaking on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz hosted by Andy Dosty.
According to Mr Logic, such comments can create friction for the young singer and ruin her brand. “I don’t agree with Hammer. What happened to MzVee, Efya, Sista Afia, and even S3fa?” he quizzed.
He explains that “I am not against Gyakie; I am a fan of her music but I will not allow this argument to go through. We should stop pushing Gyakie as a standard for the females in the industry. This thing can create some serious enemies for her“.
He, however, advised stakeholders of the Ghanaian music industry to rather urge and encourage all female musicians to work hard and not pitch these female musicians among themselves.
“The only thing you can do is to tell them to up their game and market themselves. Don’t tell them to do music like Gyakie. She is young and now coming. She even came to meet other females and even learnt from some of them,” Mr Logic emphasized.