Rapidly rising Ghanaian singer Sefadzi Amesu, better known in the entertainment industry as Sefa, has stated that there are many talented female artistes in Ghana,
but finding someone to invest in them is more difficult today than it has ever been.
Sefa, who was signed by Ghanaian musician D-Black onto his Black Avenue Musik after she shared several videos of herself playing in nightclubs with Live Bands and other social events on Instagram, spoke to Tony Best in an interview on Akoma FM’s Kwantenpon Drive on Thursday, May 20.
Compared to their male counterparts, the idea of having anything to do with female artistes before investing in them has kept a lot of women from exhibiting their God-given talents.
“If we get enough support and people willing to invest in us, we can go far,” she said. “When people invest in us, it doesn’t have to mean they want to have their way with us, which, in my opinion, is the biggest problem female artists face in our industry,” she added.
Sefa, who has previously worked with established artists such as Bisa Kdei, Medikal, Sista Afia, DopeNation, and others, is currently promoting her new single Echoke, which features Mr. Drew.