Bismark Amoako, a Sekondi-Takoradi-based rapper and highlife musician known in the entertainment industry as Aya Ramzy B, has made a critical comment on the people of Takoradi behaviour about streaming songs on digital platform.
Aya Ramzy B was recently in the headlines after a blogger suggested how his new song “Jawuley” could be made to vibrate if he invested or promoted it using the digital space.
On another forum, Aya Ramzy B stated bluntly that the main reason he has not changed his focus to the digital world is that he simply wants to see real numbers on his work.
Sponsoring or pitching for play-listings on digital streaming services, he says, isn’t real; it only gets you some pony streams from robots.
He then clarified that he only wants real numbers, before presenting his work on the digital space for merely false numbers to deceive the general population
The “Brother man” crooner made a critical comment in an interview with Hertilicious of Empire fm, saying that people in Takoradi don’t appreciate streaming songs on the digital realm.
He again added that, Camidoh and Kelvyn Boy has taken the online real or space with their new tunes, that is why he also also taking the other way round to get his new song out there.
You can send a fan who will laud you when he sees you a Youtube link to your project, but the person will refuse to watch and ask you to send the video to him or her, according to him.
When asked if his supporters are loyal, he stated that they are, but that he does not understand why he continues to receive low numbers on his digital space.
The “jawuley” hitmaker also hinted at working on a song with a major West African singer, so his fans should remain tuned.