I wasted resources on my first track---Joe Crack confesses


I wasted resources on my first track---Joe Crack confesses 

A fast rising reggae/dancehall artist, Joe Crack known in private life as Ningwie Libanus has confessed that he did get impressed with the first track he released.

The Jirapa based artist disclosed on Tumpaani FM's Entertainment Talk show with DJ Sharron that he does remember well the title of his first track and that he does not even know the whereabout of it.

"I realized that I wasted my resources on my first. Truly speaking, I don't know where that track is. Quality work was not done on it"
He indicated that a phone recording would have given better quality than the professional recording "

 "Since my first day at that particular recording studio, i did not visit that studio and will resist to go there even if I'm tied to be carried to that recording studio. First impression matters. I realized the producer was not ready to help. He did not encourage me"

Giving further narration of his first experience at the recording studio, he said  "When I first tried my best on the microphone, I was told it's off beat. I couldn't understand that. I was sweating profusely. I unwore my shirt but that didn't help me. I just did my best and left the studios discouraged"

He said he did not enjoy any good compliments from friends and family for his first track.
"There was nothing like I have done well. The track was not good for the ears. I even denied people of it when they requested for it because I didn't want to get disgraced further. Honestly, I knew i didn't do well on the track"

Joe Crack revealed he chose to do music because of his burning and unquenchable passion for it. He is now a top ranking reggae/dancehall artist in Northern Ghana and will be the next big Reggae/Dancehall Artist in Ghana in the few coming years. With his usually rich messages, exceptionally sweet melodies and great command of Patoa, one can easily mistake his tracks for StoneBwoy's.

Writer: SIR DICEY DAKURAH







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Comments

  1. Much grace and love to all the industrial players let come together to lift up the name of upper entertainment

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  2. I truly appreciate the effort of Joe Crack. May he sour higher

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  3. He is a hard core guy. Bigups joe

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  4. Joe Chrack is the best when it comes to dancehall in northern Ghana. In few years to come I can boast of him getting to the level of shatta wale n stonbwoy if proper management plans r put in place. However, Joe Chrack is someone who does not actually get time for showbiz. He doesn't promote his tracks at all. The guy has a lot of good tracks but they r limited to only jirapa in some few people mobile phones. I can confidentily tell u that Joe Chrack songs cannot be accessed online. U can't get his tracks online to download. He has never blog a single track. All he does is to just send the track like that into groups without even blogging them. Pls talk to him seriously. He is talented but I suggest he should work on how to promote his tracks. Thanks a lot

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