January 18, 2021

Doing Music in Kumasi doesn’t pay- Cabum

Hiplife artiste Kwame Gyasi popularly known as ‘Cabum’ has revealed that doing music in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital doesn’t pay despite the huge fan base.

“I’m a Kumasi boy but doing music doing music here doesn’t pay at all”, the rapper cried.
When queried on the reasons why Kumasi musicians specifically himself moved to Accra on Pure FM Drive in Kumasi, he noted that “there is no money in Kumasi when doing music, that’s why I moved to Accra”.
In a statement monitored by Newstimesgh said, he started all his music and engineering carrier in Kumasi.

According to him, he had to move to Accra after he realized that showbiz in Kumasi city was not fetching him money despite his effort to revive the then sinking Kumasi music.

He however declared in his interview that he had to take 500 GHS as the maximum of a music production charge some time ago in Kumasi.
“I ever took 100 GHS from some artistes, even I did some free “, but the rapper however, says moving to Accra has made him richer and better.
“I’m blowing a lot of cash because “Money dey for Accra”, he affirmed.
Cabum has recently released a new banger ‘Zakari’ which featured Stonebwoy and Sarkodie.

By: Joe Marfo

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Doing Music in Kumasi doesn’t pay- Cabum

Hiplife artiste Kwame Gyasi popularly known as ‘Cabum’ has revealed that doing music in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital doesn’t pay despite the huge fan base.

“I’m a Kumasi boy but doing music doing music here doesn’t pay at all”, the rapper cried.
When queried on the reasons why Kumasi musicians specifically himself moved to Accra on Pure FM Drive in Kumasi, he noted that “there is no money in Kumasi when doing music, that’s why I moved to Accra”.
In a statement monitored by Newstimesgh said, he started all his music and engineering carrier in Kumasi.

According to him, he had to move to Accra after he realized that showbiz in Kumasi city was not fetching him money despite his effort to revive the then sinking Kumasi music.

He however declared in his interview that he had to take 500 GHS as the maximum of a music production charge some time ago in Kumasi.
“I ever took 100 GHS from some artistes, even I did some free “, but the rapper however, says moving to Accra has made him richer and better.
“I’m blowing a lot of cash because “Money dey for Accra”, he affirmed.
Cabum has recently released a new banger ‘Zakari’ which featured Stonebwoy and Sarkodie.

By: Joe Marfo

306

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