Vudumane, the popular Afropiano star, has called upon astute radio and TV personalities to lend their support to veteran musicians, highlighting their valuable contributions to the music industry.
In a viral video shared on Twitter, Vudumane specifically appealed to industry stalwarts such as Andy Dosty, Mr Logic, Bullgod, Abeiku Santana, Jay Foley, and Papa Bills, among others, to play a significant role in sustaining the careers of Hiplife music pioneers.
The “Oh No” hitmaker emphasized that these influential entertainment personalities have the power to uplift the careers of older musicians by drawing attention to their work, expanding their reach to a wider audience, and ensuring that their legacies are not forgotten.
Vudumane stated, “If we start treating the likes of Obrafour, Ofori Amponsah, Skrewfaze, Samini, and Tinny, among others, with the legendary respect they deserve, it will highly motivate the younger generation to exceed their past achievements.”
His call to support veteran musicians has sparked a conversation on social media about the significance of recognizing and promoting the work of these music pacesetters.
Vudumane's efforts have garnered praise from respected artists like Obrafour, Skrewfaze, and others, as he continues to champion the growth and sustainability of Ghanaian music, particularly Hiplife.