Highlife singer KK Fosu has taken jibes at VGMA organisers Charterhouse Ghana in this latest single he titles Back to Case. Produced by JDS Pro, the song laments the current state of music in Ghana, directing blame at the Obour-led Musicians Union of Ghana, as well as other stakeholders.
He also takes digs at George Quaye, for supposed reckless statements he has uttered recently about some musicians, questioning his credentials as an authority. “Can you sing, George Quaye?”, he inquires in the song.
Dancehall singer Charles Nii Armah Mensah (Shatta Wale), who has been constantly vocal about his frustration with Charterhouse’s management of Ghana’s foremost music award scheme, receives mention in the song for what K.K Fosu deems a critical observation which was swept under the carpet.
Charterhouse, and former PRO George Quaye have come under severe backlash from the Gospel fraternity for claims of alleged bribery attempts at the board, something which led to Mr Quaye being relieved of his duties as PRO. Mr. Nii Ayite Hammond (Board Chair) and and Mr. Mark Okraku Mantey (Member), have been named in his stead by to speak on behalf of the scheme this year.