One of Ghana’s music talents, Prince Solomon Ajao, known in music space as SAJ is encouraging his fellow artists to work smart with their craft so it can benefit them financially.
The music gem who describes himself as a versatile artist and a natural performer, says the era where artistes were being booked for shows or organizing live concerts to earn money is no more due to the pandemic and most artistes are going through tough times to stay relevant with their craft.
In an interview, he said artistes should consider creating a system that will equally make them relevant and also earn, “We need to create a system that can make musicians benefit from what they do (Monetization). Online promotions should be our rescue since there is a ban on social gatherings and events. Let’s get our songs on these music streaming sites to enable us to earn some money out of our craft”
He added that “In regards to earning something from our craft we are to plug our songs to the right platforms. A musician should get value for money.”
SAJ says he is inspired by most international and local artistes depending on his mood, “l am sometimes motivated by a number of artists; Adekunle Gold, Kojo Atwi, Osibisa, Fela Kuti, 2Face. My songs are written in Twi, Ga, Yoruba and English”
He also describe Ghana’s music industry to be, “a Growing industry but needs more investors and support.” He has released a couple of indie songs titled, “Beni”, “kumama ” and a few more.
Prince Solomon Ajao a.k.a SAJ was raised by his parent in Ghana, Greater Accra since he was still a child.
He spent most of his life traveling back and forth from Ghana to Nigeria due to schooling and parent missionary works. He had started writing songs since he was 12 years old however, he began his music career in church and later sang in school competition. He was also part of ‘BORN STAR COMPETITION’ on Viasat TV.
SAJ was born on May 17, 1989, is known for his Rocky voice, amazing dance moves, with inspirational sound. As the years went by, he got more roles in TV series and movies. One of the series he featured in Ghana was ‘Dreamilville’
Growing up in Greater Accra, SAJ was inspired by the musical artist as R.Kelly, 2face idibia, Fela, among others. SAJ has cited a number of artists as his inspiration, predominantly FELA.SAJ emphasizes “FELA is the reason why I do music and why I am an entertainer. , SAJ couldn’t resist trying his hands at the music industry, he’s released a couple of indie songs titled, ‘Beni’, “kumama ” and a few more.
SAJ developed a close relationship with @EdyK Beats @Signechor beat among a lot of engineer.
SAJ something that the world needs to hear.Welcome to Good music.SAJ ready for the world.