The winds of a new music style, Azonta, that blew through the airwaves of Ghana and went global could not have been possible without the contribution of Nii Bortey Amadaa, popularly referred to as Nshona Music, who initially bore the name Krynk Man.
Nshona Music is known for his Azonto beats that dominated the music scene between 2010 and 2015 with productions such as Dangerous – Sarkodie ft E.L and Aluguitugui- Keche. The song that many believe popularized the azonto movement, ‘You Go Kill Me- Sarkodie ft E.L’, is said to have inputs by Nshona Music.
When the likes of Sarkodie, E.L, Guru and co are mentioned for their contribution to the Azonto trend, Nshona Music has his name conspicuously missing. The engineer who is distraught with this act of omission has asked that the right recognition be accorded him.
Nshona pleaded with Sarkodie and E,L, who he has produced hits for to acknowledge him now that they are reigning in Ghana. He made this plea in interview with Dr.Pounds on Hitz Fm.
‘I am gonna say this…Those people are my brothers and they need to recognize (me)…E.L knows what I have done….Sarkodie too knows me. He knows I don’t have a car….’
Commenting on why Sarkodie and E.L have ignored him, the Nungua based producer stated that the two artistes may have gotten too much fame to remember those they worked with at the early stages.
‘That is how it is when people get to certain levels of life – certain levels of fame….I feel that right now they have more than enough and they don’t even remember I exist’.
Nii Bortey Amadaa a.k.a Nshona Music also reiterated that Azonto Music is not dead. The sound engineer has promised to take the industry by storm once again with his productions in 2017.
By: Maxwell Amoofia/Radio Univers 105.7fm
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