The world can't embrace your music if you don't push it yourself
In an interview with Rev. Erskine on YFM's Mid-Morning Radio Show, he stated that Ghanaians, both artistes and the media, need to own their songs and promote them wholeheartedly so that its reach gets the audience it deserves. Smallgod revealed that in France, there is a policy that makes sure they play eighty to ninety percent French music and dedicate the remaining percentage to worldwide music and he believes that in Ghana, we only play about two percent of local music if we are to adopt such a policy, then Ghanaian music will attain worldwide recognition. Raised between Ghana, London and the Netherlands, Smallgod, also known as Nana Appiasei, became exposed to different cultures and music at an early age and decided five years ago to drop his real estate and pharmacy practice to help promote African music.