Beat Maker, KillBeatz has eulogized Veteran Ghanaian Music Engineers for their immense contribution towards the development of music in the country.
In an interview with Kwame B on Di Wu Lane Mu on Kasapa FM, KillBeatz noted that the Music trend in terms of making varied beats and instrumentation has substantially transformed.
He said it takes a great deal of responsibility on the part of producers to ensure good music as they spend quality time to create, shape and mold a piece of music that is acceptable to the artist.
He then commended Music Engineers, Zapp Mallet, Appietus, Hammer, Jay Q and Kaywa for setting the pace in song instrumentation, which is the core reason Ghanaian music is enjoyed globally.
“I extol DJ Breezy, Garzy, Streetpit, Magno, and Legends like Jay Q, Zapp Mallet, Hammer, Kaywa for making Ghanaian music a force to reckon with.
“Digital recording is rising so Music Engineers should embrace the trend since most of these artistes don’t really need producers to produce their songs because they can now purchase their own set of music equipment (Studio) to do their recording themselves.”
The outspoken music engineer/producer revealed that he is working on his ten (10) track-album which features renowned artistes like Fuse ODG, Sarkodie, R2Bees, Wizkid and Davido.
His new single ‘Bokor Bokor’ featured Mugees of R2Bees fame and Fuse ODG and it teaches about life experience and how individuals must be patient in the race of life.