Okyeame Kwame lists four reasons why GHAMRO is not doing well

Renowned Ghanaian rapper, Okyeame Kwame, has shared his insights on the challenges hindering the success of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO).

According to him, GHAMRO faces obstacles in four key areas that need to be addressed in order for the organization to thrive.

Over the years, GHAMRO has faced criticism for its inability to generate sufficient revenue for Ghanaian musicians. Okyeame Kwame believes that by tackling these challenges, GHAMRO can become a more viable and effective organization for the benefit of all musicians in the country.

In a statement, Okyeame Kwame outlined the four main reasons contributing to GHAMRO’s struggles:

1. Lack of concern from musicians regarding the legalities and management of their copyrights.
2. Ineffective use of technology by GHAMRO.
3. Media houses failing to accurately log the use of content, resulting in a lack of payment for plays.
4. The Attorney General’s office, responsible for overseeing GHAMRO and copyright issues, not holding negligent media houses accountable.

Okyeame Kwame emphasized the importance of unity in addressing these challenges, stating that collaboration is key to finding solutions. By working together, musicians, GHAMRO, media houses, and relevant authorities can work towards a more sustainable and successful music industry in Ghana.

It is evident that there are significant obstacles to overcome, but with a collective effort and commitment to change, GHAMRO can make strides towards a brighter future for Ghanaian musicians and the industry as a whole.