Okyeame Kwame, a well-known Ghanaian musician, has urged music award organizers to reward high-life musicians with a sum of 100,000 cedis in order to honor their efforts. Okyeame Kwame mentioned that high-life music is one of the most challenging musical genres and that most musicians avoid it in a virtual interview with Ghana Universities Journal. Okyeame Kwame asserts that high-life music is more complex and musically demanding, requiring a degree of sophistication that most musicians find difficult. He regretted that a less knowledgeable audience had weakened the genre by failing to understand it. He added that further musicians must rise to the level set by Akwaboah, Kuami Eugene, Kidi, and Kwabena Kwabena.
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