M&S CEO Koush Wills Unhappy With Events Planners And Awards Organizers Unwillingness To Pay Musicians For Events

Money&Salvation CEO Koush Wills blasted Events Planners and Awards Organizers for their unwillingness in paying Liberians musicians after hosting their events.

Mr. Wills has said that Event Planners and Awards Organizers unwillingness to pay musicians is one of the factors derailing progress of music industry in the country.

Writing on his official Facebook page, Koush said there are some Events Planners and Awards Organizers who want musicians to only perform free at their events, without giving the artist nothing.

“It is very common in Liberia for Events Planners and Awards Organizers to seek musicians to perform free at their events. Its not due to poverty, no.

“They buy fuel for that car, in the show they buy so much beer and only paying for the artist performance is what they hate,” he said.

Koush then urged Liberian Events Planners and Awards Organizers to start supporting arts and focus on loving local musicians than foreign ones.

We need to have our own quality musicians like other countries around us.

“Look at Nigerians, Ghanaians. The music grow because people are ready to support. Let’s support these youngsters,” he said.

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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