This scourge has been condemned by many critics in the industry.
While some allude it to the influx of recording studios in the country, others believe young musicians want the easy way to break through.
One of such critics is Ghanaian highlife musician Smart Nkansah.
According to him, although the new crop of musicians are creative, most of them lack the wisdom in writing good lyrics.
He made this known in a recent interview with Fifi Pratt on the Highlife Paradise show Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM.
“I wouldn’t want to criticize the current creative talents we have because they are doing their best but lyrically, the wisdom in the songs is not enough,” he stated.
He mentioned that songs must rather educate and advise people, in order to shape society.
He also advised young musicians to search for other sources of income, other than rely solely on music.
Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com