US-based Ghanaian singer, Fritz Oakley says many Ghanaian event organisers are disorganised when it comes to putting up events.
Speaking on the USA series of E VIBES with Becky, Fritz was of the view that the brand of an artiste may go down just because a promoter or organizer did not do their job well.
“Ghanaian event organizers are so disorganized. Extremely disorganized. One of the reasons why an artiste like Sarkodie is very successful. He has a team and you know of course you might have a team that is organized but you the artiste have to place a demand on what you want. Sometimes I am too hard on my team not because I want to be rude if I want people to love me, I have to take my craft seriously,” he added that need to pay more attention to their core job.
He added that “it also hurts the artistes because sometimes the artistes have done everything they could. But some disgruntled event promoter organiser will do the thing in a shabby way that will dim the light of the artiste.”
Fritz, at age 19, began his musical career when he emerged as the winner of the maiden edition of the Voice Factory music reality show in 2009.
After a 12-year hiatus from the Ghanaian music scene, Fritz rebranded as a gospel musician under the name Oakley.
Fritz enjoyed fame when he launched his music career with many songs including ‘Me do wo’ featuring Guru.
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