By Simon Asare, GNA
Accra, June 6, GNA – Ghana’s fast rising artiste, Pacy Mordey has urged Ghanaians to stop describing songs made by the ''new school'' as trash or bogus.
According to the World Map Records signee, there was time to listen to a specific genre of music and it wouldn't be fair to term every song made by new acts as meaningless.
"It's painful a lot of Ghanaians are still describing songs we the new school do as trash or bogus. In fact, there is nothing like a trash or bogus song in the system.
''When you are sad, you listen to songs that are motivational and when you want to dance you just listen to party or hard-core song to make you happy," she said.
Pacy urged Ghanaians to support the new school in the music game in order to make Ghana's showbiz industry thrive on the world stage.
"Please support us grow in the music business in order to make the industry a better place to live and put Ghana on the map."
She was grateful to God, World Map Records, fans and all the industry players for supporting her music and making her childhood dream come through.