Ghanaian music duo Dope Nation has revealed how their deal with critics in the Ghanaian music industry.
According to the duo, criticism is needed in every aspect of life, and in the world of music, it plays a very essential role in an artist’s career only if the artist can be able to turn the criticisms into something meaningful.
They twin brothers revealed that they listen to every criticism that is thrown at them and they make sure they make a meaningful thing out of the criticisms.
B2 responding to the question opposed to them by Kofi Cephas on the GhGossip.com’s ‘In The Neighborhood’ show on how the group response and react to criticisms stated there are always going to be critics but it just for them to assimilate them and turn them into positivity.
He added that artists should be worried when pundits criticize their project but rather look at the criticisms from a positive perspective and work towards it to achieve greater heights.
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The brothers who grew up on the streets of Takoradi has revealed they are planning of hosting their own show in the city.
They also revealed they moved from Takoradi to Accra because of their educational ambitions. B2 stated he was admitted to the University of Ghana whiles his twin brother Twist was also admitted to Ghana Telecom University hence informed their decision to move to Accra.