Ghanaian Afropop/R&B singer and rapper, Raphael Camidoh Kofi Attachie, known by his stage name Camidoh has asked Ghanaians why there is no or little support following the release of his hit song ‘Sugarcane’.
According to Camidoh, there is a lack of support from a section of Ghanaians when it comes to his music.
Camidoh who sat with Kwadwo Sheldon lamented that Ghanaians have failed to support him and though he has produced some good and quality song.
He also added that some Ghanaians even think he’s a Nigerian because most of his songs are sung in ‘broken English’ and some Nigerian local dialect.
According to him, he’s a Ghanaian but he speaks different languages and so most of his songs appeal to other countries.
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