The excessive price of data bundles in the country has been named as one of the barriers blocking Ghanaians from streaming their music, according to Wendy Asiamah Addo, the self-declared “queen of Ghanaian music,” also known by her stage name Wendy Shay.
She claims that Ghanaian musicians frequently record fewer musical streams than their contemporaries in other African countries.
Wendy Shay termed the situation alarming and advised famous people to use their influence to draw attention to this specific problem with the appropriate authorities.
She stated as follows:
“I now understand that data in Ghana is really expensive. After doing some investigation, I discovered that East African nations had lower data costs.
You can see how many streams they have by visiting their YouTube channel and other streaming websites.
“I believe that as celebrities, we should determine the best course of action to take. Even outsiders have expressed concern about this issue frequently, so we must utilize our influence to address it.
Because of this, there are now fewer music streams available for Ghanaian singers than in other African nations,” she iterated to Nana Romeo of Accra FM.
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