Dr John Ackah Blay-Miezah is no more but his legacy lives through one of his daughters.
Known in showbiz circles as Royal Tasha, she warned Ghanaian musicians to be creative and stop copying and taking other musicians’ rhythms to write songs.
In an exclusive interview with Weekend Today, she stressed that a musician must be creative, unique, and well branded.
Royal Tasha, a promising young artiste, known in private life as Natacha Ackah Blay-Meizah, further advised Ghanaian musicians against hurling insults at each other.
“Many Ghanaian musicians love to throw insults at each other. This practice is bad and must cease!”
And so if such things are going on, what should those coming in do? Should they learn insults? The young and beautiful artiste quizzed.
Royal Tasha already has a single titled: ‘Gbeko,’ Gbeko is a Ga word, which means one day, and the content of the song means lack of money is lack of friends.
She urged her fans to Google Royal Tasha Gbeko and have a feel of Blay-Miezah’s daughter first single.
According to her, she would soon be releasing five singles with its accompanying videos.
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