Ayigbe Edem has addressed his kin’s ongoing music business squabbling. Despite his greatest attempts, the musician says his strength has a limit.
Many followers asked Edem about aiding other musicians from his area (Volta region) and tribe during a live Facebook video he did with his fans.
Because of his enormous growth in this area, Edem disclosed that his limit, a one-man band, has gone overlooked.
“I can’t assist everyone.” Indeed, that is the case. I need support to progress. I’m pushing myself while lifting others. So I do my best to keep the area still. And it’s no longer about a certain artist. I’m making it about bringing everyone up. It is thus unnecessary to ask why you do not assist the Volta performers.
“Nobody risks their neck like me. Nobody more than me risks their job to represent a group. Nobody fights in the boardroom, on TV, or in the studio.”
As for his helping hand, Edem told reviewers it reaches out to any aspiring artist who needs it.
“I will always assist. Not only the Volta artist. My favorite new artist is one that asks for my help, because although I like my area, I will always love Ghana,” Edem said.