Entertainment critic and artiste manager, Nana Poku Ashis, has said the future of Ghanaian music is in good hands.
According to Ashis, young singers are working hard to take the mantel from the old musicians who have held the name of the industry for a long time.
Ashis, speaking on an Accra-based FM station , said he is impressed with the works of the current young artistes are doing to put Ghana on the map.
According to him, they have done well in fighting hard to bridge the gap between them and the top artistes in Ghana.
Ashis made reference to the hard work by artistes like Kelvyn Boy, Kwesi Arthur Kofi Mole, Tulenkey Quamina MP and others.
“These boys are in now. The top shattas should be careful. Kofi Mole, Quamina MP, Tulenkey Kwesi Arthur and Kelvyn Boy as well. These boys are amazing.”
Ashis explained these young artistes who have done well to understudy the likes of Sarkodie, R2Bees will soon take over the music industry.
“I must say I’m very proud of the next generation. I am proud of what they will do,” he added.