Ghanaian gospel singer, Augustina Addison has stated that it is not easy for musicians to promote their songs in recent times.

Mrs Augustina Addison, who is also the Ashanti Regional Chairperson of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) says one needs a lot of money when promoting their songs due to the spring up of many radio stations in the country.

“It is difficult to promote songs nowadays because of the many radio stations that have been set up. At first, you can do you promo with a small amount of money, but that is not the case now,” she told Felix Adjei (Mr Lattus) on J. Life FM’s Entertainment Chart Show in Sunyani.

However, Mrs Addison advised musicians to take advantage of social media and promote their songs.

Mrs Augustina Addison, who is out with a new song titled ‘Atiasefo’ averred that she won’t give up on her craft.

She also disclosed her readiness to serve the country–and dish out anything that the almighty God may put in her mouth.

Augustina Addison is known for her songs, ‘Makokyem’, Enyi W’ani Nhinta Me’, ‘Dwankobea’, ‘Onyame Adoye’ and other great tunes.


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