Appreciating Small Victories: Supporting Up-and-Coming Artists in Ghana’s Music Industry

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The music industry in Ghana is undoubtedly one of the most vibrant in Africa, with a constant influx of new talents. While up-and-coming artists are abundant, the harsh reality is that many of them do not appreciate small progress. This is often due to the comparisons made between these emerging artists and mainstream artists who are sponsored by big labels and have more connections in the industry. The unfortunate result of this is that many of these up-and-coming artists get discouraged and eventually quit the journey.

It is not uncommon to see radio pundits and music critics look down on these artists who are making small progress. This behaviour is particularly demoralizing for those who are not strong, mentally and emotionally. The truth is that everyone has to start somewhere, and small progress should be celebrated and appreciated. We should not demand too much from these up-and-coming artists, as it could subsequently discourage them from continuing.

The journey to becoming a successful artist is not an easy one. It takes hard work, dedication, and resilience to achieve success in the music industry. It is vital that we encourage and support these up-and-coming artists along the way. We should celebrate their small victories, such as getting their music played on the radio, performing at local events, and building a fan base. These are all significant accomplishments and should be treated as such.


We must understand that every artist has a unique journey, and success looks different for everyone. The journey to success is not a one-size-fits-all, and comparing these up-and-coming artists to mainstream artists is unfair. It is essential to focus on the progress made and the milestones achieved rather than comparing them to others.

In conclusion, it is time to appreciate the small progress made by up-and-coming artists in Ghana. Let us encourage and support them along their journey, celebrate their small victories, and help them grow. Let us not demand too much from them, as it could discourage them from continuing their journey. Remember, everyone has to start somewhere, and success is not achieved overnight. With the right support and encouragement, these up-and-coming artists will achieve their dreams
and make an impact in the music industry.


Ebenezer Ansah-Boafo

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