According to singer, Nii Funny, he gets upset whenever he hears another musician or anyone else claim that a language barrier exists in the music industry.
He gave examples of songs that were huge hits in Ghana despite the fact that no one knew what the lyrics said.
“If I hear a Ghanaian say that thing ( language is a barrier in music), I get angry because so many songs like Windeck( from Cabosnoop that are a hit here), that we play. If you love some song and you don’t understand, ask someone,” he said in pidgin English when Giovani Caleb hosted him on 3FM.
Nii Funny went on to say that he has visited a small number of nations where people enjoy his music despite not understanding its lyrical content.
”I have a trip to Portugal, and I’ll be performing Ga songs there. From Portugal, I’ll head to the UK for the Ghana Fest.
“I’ve been to Sweden and Belgium. Many people say Ga songs cannot travel anywhere, but fans from Japan, Uk, everywhere, dance to my songs,” he said on the 3FM Drive.