I don’t do music for popularity or money Zapp Mallet – Commended veteran Ghanaian recording engineer and record maker, Emmanuel Mallet, prominently known as Zapp Mallet, has said he doesn’t make music for the fame or cash.
In a meeting with Blakk Kobby on the 3FM Reggae Vibes, the praised maker demanded that delivering music was a result of his adoration for music and not cash or popularity.
The legendry producer who has worked with eminent and prominent artistes like Kojo Antwi, Daasebre Gyamena, Irene Logan, Reggie Rockstone, Lord Kenya, Obour, claims the popularity and cash are additional items in the music business which he as a producer doesn’t take a gander at.
He included he doesn’t make music since he needs the tune to be a hit tune or win an honor however does his music in light of the affection and enthusiasm for the music.
Zapp Mallet is perceived as one of the pioneers of the Hiplife genre back in the mid 1990s in Ghana. The recording engineer has won the Ghana Music Awards three continuous occasions.
As per him, “Every song can be a hit but not every hit can be a song”. He explained that everybody can just make a song and promote it on social media but not all of these social media hits can be songs.