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Ras Kuuku speaks up about the challenges facing collaborations in the music industry

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Ghanaian reggae and dancehall musician, Ras Kuuku, has shed light on the challenges that artists face in the music industry. In an interview, the ‘Show Them Love’ hitmaker stated that the unwillingness of some artistes to collaborate with their colleagues and disloyalty are the biggest problems plaguing the music industry.

Ras Kuuku believes that collaboration is vital in showcasing an artist’s talent and reaching a wider audience. However, the collaborative process can be a challenging one, and it can lead to disappointment and frustration when a collaborator drops a verse from the final cut or decides not to participate in the collaboration at all.

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Speaking about his experience, Ras Kuuku disclosed that he had been asked to feature on a song, but his verse was eventually dropped without any explanation. Although he refused to reveal the name of the artist in question, he stated that the artist had previously agreed to the collaboration.

The situation has left the artist feeling let down, frustrated and disappointed. Collaborations have the potential to make or break an artist’s career, and when one collaborator drops out, it can damage their reputation and relationships within the industry.

Ras Kuuku’s views have garnered support from other musicians who have faced similar challenges. In a recent interview, the Puom Music CEO accused Angeltown, the manager of rapper Sarkodie, of blocking songs from reaching his artist. He claimed that he had sent songs to them, but they were not reaching Sarkodie due to Angeltown’s interference.

In conclusion, collaborations are vital for musicians to showcase their talent and reach a wider audience. The music industry must encourage collaboration and loyalty to help artists thrive.

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