I Don’t Like Ghanaian Dancehall Music- Zapp Mallet

Legendary Ghanaian music producer Zapp Mallet says he doesn’t enjoy Ghanaian dancehall music.

Speaking in an interview on the Y Leaderboard Series with YFM’s Rev. Erskine, he said he rather prefers Jamaican dancehall music.

According to Zapp Mallet, he hates Ghanaian dancehall music because the production is very poor unlike Jamaican dancehall.

Then renowned producer slammed his colleague producers for rushing to make low quality beats when producing dancehall songs.

“I really like the dancehall genre. When I hear dancehall, I like to listen but not Ghanaian dancehall. I like to hear original Jamaican dancehall. And when I listen to music, I listen because I want to learn. I hear sounds, break them down and analyze but when I listen to ours, I don’t get anything like that. They just throw things together,” he said.

“Experienced producers will sit down and plan but here it’s like the sound has been done already so the artiste just sings on it and we are good to go. In three hours, the song is done. A whole song is done in three hours so what do you expect? But when you are listening to products from outside there is a lot one can learn from it.”

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