There are a number of reasons why most artist may decide to leave the music entertainment industry in their country most of which are tactical. Some may however be due to an unfortunate incident.
Here are 5 artist who left Ghana Music Entertainment Industry
5 artist who left Ghana Music Entertainment Industry
1. King Ayisoba
King Ayisoba whose real name is Albert Ayisoba left Ghana around 2013 and he was reported to be performing in an Europe Tour. He performed in Russia, Denmark Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain and Sweden.
His performances had this African feel, although he was making waves back in Ghana, he attracted international audiences especially with his hit song “I want to see you my father.”
The crave for more of African music moved King Ayisoba out of Ghana to deliver to Europeans
Just like King Ayisoba, Noella Wiyaala also has that pure African cultural music with a touch of sensation in her acts.Most of her performances are live. The Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter sings somethimes in her native language Sissala and Waala.
People outside Ghana love it and appreciate the kind of music she does. Wiyaala thought it wise to move out of Ghana.
Well, Gyakie is one of the artist who left Ghana Music Entertainment Industry. Here is why. Jackline Acheampong daughter of Nana Acheampong started her musical career in Ghana and has been it just like her father until she released the song “Forever”.
Forever was very popular in Nigeria. Majority of her viewers and listeners were from Nigeria other than Ghana. It was an opportunity for Gyakie to take advantage ofthis blessing ang give more to the Nigerians.
Gyakie soon after left Ghana to feature Nigerian musician Omah Lay in Forever Remix. Well, Gyakie has since felt comfortable in Nigeria. She shares alot of vlogs on her snapchat straight form Nigeria.
4. Mr Eazi
Mr Eazi might not be a typical artist who left Ghana but it is substantial t say Mr Eazi is an artist who left the Ghana Entertainment Industry. Mr eazi used to call his music “banku music” a seeming description of the slow lulling music he delivers. His first music video “Pipi Dance” and other songs and videos like Bankulize ft Pappy Kojo were shot and produced in Ghana.
Initially Mr Eazi was being skeptical in answers interviews on where he comes from. There were rumour that he was Nigerian, otherside claimed he was Ghanaian and that was the beginning of his Ghana-Nigeria career. He later moved to his home town Nigeria and joined the Nigerian Entertainment industry.
After all, Nigeria is West Africa’s most flourishing music entertainment industry and has produced Nigerian superstars such as Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Burnaboy, Tekno and many others.
Its sad to say but Castro is the last of 5 artist who left Ghana Music Entertainment Industry. His departure is not a move for a better career but rather an unfortunate one. Castro left Ghana entertainment industry through his death.
Of course, as ridiculous as this may sound, some people still believe Castro is not dead yet but he is somewhere in the sea singing for sea creatures.