I was forced to play Nigerian music at an event – Andy Dosty » GhBase•com™-Everything & News Now

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Radio presenter and DJ Andy Dosty have revealed how he was forced to play only Nigerian music at an event he was hired to play music.

The host of Hitz Day Break, Andy Dosty disclosed this during Joy FM’s entertainment Twitter Spaces conversation.

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Speaking about the love of foreign music, Andy Dosy lamented over how Ghaianas love foreign and how he tries to play Ghanaian music at events and programs he is hired to play but they end up requesting Nigerian songs.

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Andy explained that at the event, the people were seated while he played Ghanaian music until a lady walked up to him and showed him a playlist of Nigerian songs she wanted him to play.

“I’ve been to a party where I was easily playing music and everyone was glued to their seat. All of them were glued to their seat. No one wanted to get up and dance. It took one bold lady walked up to me and gave me her phone with a tall list of Nigerian songs, asking me to play any of them or else they were leaving. I was asking myself questions. I was forced to play it.

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This was at Paul Adom Otchere’s house. A big party with big people. And all of them were seated until I touched one Nigerian song and they all got up to dance, then I felt so ashamed. Like really, what’s happening? So the problem is us, the people. We don’t like what we have,” he said.

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