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Nigerian Man Laments How Nigerian Songs Have Dominated Apple Music Over Ghanaian Songs

Nigerian Man Laments How Nigerian Songs Have Dominated Apple Music Over Ghanaian Songs

A man in Nigeria is disturbed for Ghanaian musicians over how Nigerian songs have dominated Apple Music’s Top 100 while Ghanaian songs barely make it to the list.

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The fact is that most world streaming platforms are being dominated by Nigerian musicians who have worked harder in promoting their Nigerian songs and culture to the world.

Not that Ghanaians are not doing their very best to also break global boundaries like their Nigerian counterparts, Ghanaians are still not making it to the top globally.

Apple Music’s current Top 100 list is currently being ruled by Nigerians as most of their talents have their songs dominating the list, unlike Ghanaians. In reaction to that, a Nigerian has expressed his frustration in how Ghanaians are failing to attain a global stance like Nigerians.

I wonder how Ghanian Musicians feel when they open Apple Music Top 100 Ghana, he wrote on the microblogging platform, Twitter.

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In other news, Ghanaian US-based social media sensation, Archipalago predicted that the probability for the LGBTQ community to be legalized in Ghana is very high.

The banter between the government of Ghana and the LGBTQ(Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders, and Queers) community has been an indecisive one. As proposed by the LGBTQ community, they seek the legalization of homosexuality in the country without having to face any sort of stigmatization.

However, the anti-LGBTQ bill led by the member of parliament representing the Ningo Prampram constituency has also proposed to the lawmakers in the country for homosexuality to be criminalized in the country.

Well, Archipalago, an outspoken personality within the digital space has called for calm on the heated debate in Ghana, saying that LGBTQ will eventually be legalized in Ghana.

Source: Ghgossip.com

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