CEO of Money Go Flow Music, Nhyiraba Kojo says it is very difficult for any musician to quit making music.
He told Sammy Flex in an interview on Zylofon FM, that is tough to give up working in the music industry, but some musicians need to retire from the industry.
He called on veteran musicians to pave way for younger talents, as he cited the example of Lynx Entertainment’s CEO, Richie Mensah, who quit music in order to manage young acts like Kwame Eugene, Kidi and the likes.
He explained that, the fame and special treatment that comes with being a musician makes it hard for some musicians to retire.
“Some of us, no matter how hard we try, our career is never going to be like before. We would not be called for shows like we used to. I understand that it is hard to quit because of the popularity and the treatment, but some musicians need to quit”, he added.