Former Member of Parliament for Tema East, Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus-Glover, says he is baffled in Shatta Wale for not protecting highlife as a very much perceived Ghanaian kind.
Mr Titus-Glover remark’s comes days after Shatta Wale’s discourse about his recent visit to Miami.
Shatta Wale referenced in his State of the Industry address that the absence of a remarkably recognized genre is one of the primary issues of the music business.
As indicated by him, during his new visit to the United States of America (USA), he was interrogated by certain individuals concerning the class of music Ghanaians do.
Be that as it may, in a an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, Mr Titus-Glover said Shatta Wale ought not have wondered whether or not to offer highlife as an answer.
The former MP charged Shatta Wale to exploit his colossal in order to promote more highlife music across the nation.
Mr Titus-Glover in any case liked the development of other music genres yet demands that Shatta Wale ought to have defended the native Highlife genre.
These are a few of his words;
”They were asking him the kind of genre of music Ghanaians are noted for and he said he is a dancehall artiste. He was astonished himself that they were asking him that question. I felt like he should have given a straight forward answer. We do pure highlife. That is what we are noted for”