Beatrice Anane – March 11, 2021.
Akwatai Douglas, Known well in the entertainment industry as Biiq Dorley has been advising his colleague musicians to better stand on their feet to produce quality and stop blaming the public for not supporting them to map out their works to the world.
The “kimasiribi no dey” Hitmaker explained that, even though they still need a lot of support from radio presenters, DJs/ industry players, and respected entertainment halls, TV stations support and more to project their work. However from his critical and perspective thinking on why Gonjaland music industry keep rising and falling back to its usual state is that “our people download music recorded by good, standard and great artists from different parts of the world and so they really expect more vibes than what we are doing”.
Let’s be Frank to ourselves and correct the ourselves to remain relevant and being innovative, accept corrections, stop the pride and learn from others.
To him, Savannah region based musicians need to work hard to gain the attention of the audience or fans. Musicians here don’t have to underestimate themselves below the world music industry standard. Let’s try to come up with good content that can divert the attention of the consumers.
Dorley said it is his wish that Savannah music hits the world map. “my prayers is to see Gonjaland music industry being recognised by the world soon”
He stated this on PADFM 95.1mhz entertainment show (Know Your Artist) which was hosted by Anane Beatrice a.ka. Anna B on 8th March 2021.
He explained the reason for spelling his big as Biiq and also encouraged all Sound Engineers to learn how to label names of all musicians working with them correctly because is always difficult to be corrected by bloggers.
According to the superstar, stage performance is very important so musicians must learn to be creative no matter what.
The Phinish Line Entertainment musician recently released another single hit entitled “Barack Obama”, a song you need to download and listen.