Let’s patronize good music-CDA

Young Ghanaian artiste CDA, is appealing to music lovers to support good music.

According to him, Ghana has a number of amazing talents who produce quality songs but just a few good ones get  the support  because they don’t follow the current trend of music, “some songs have quality content but do not earn the support because it wasn’t sang by some particular artistes or not sang  in a particular way. There are some songs with low standard content yet sang by top artistes but are hugely supported.”

In an interview, he said, “I want to refine the taste of music consumers in Ghana, music consumers have trust for the media houses and presume everything they serve are of better quality. They get broken when they hear low standard music played on a media firm they trust.

“The media should serve us great music with quality content from phenomenon artiste not just any song. We should give a chance to good artistes to eat from their talents”

The artiste has officially released two singles which are ‘Wasted’ was produced by Moses beats and mastered by Jayso . ‘420’ was produced by mosessbeats and Andrew Banteng.

CDA, an independent artist and an entrepreneur, who wants to connect with people all across the world with his lyrics and music was born in Accra but spent a majority of his childhood in New York, Queens.

His music generally speaks to the young generation who face problems of depression, rejection and many forms of social vices which often makes them misunderstood.

 He is a producer and song writer whose main goal is to reach and connect with a worldwide audience not just for making a specific genre of music based on his geographical point of origin but for being as diverse and unique as the audience his music resonates with but also the message it carries which is; self love and growth as well as breaking barriers and stereotypes

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