Empowering the Future of Music Streaming in Ghana: The Impact of and Digishare Africa’s Digital Music Education Seminar

by | Aug 2, 2023 | News

In a rapidly evolving digital age, the music industry has undergone significant transformations, with streaming platforms becoming a dominant medium for music consumption. In Ghana, where the music scene is vibrant and diverse, the need for digital music education and advocacy has become increasingly apparent. Recognizing this,, a prominent music blog, and Digishare Africa, a leading digital media agency, have joined forces to spearhead the Digital Music Education Seminar, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at revolutionizing the country’s music streaming landscape.

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At the heart of this transformative endeavor is Jonathan Nii Laryea, the visionary CEO of As an experienced Digital Music Expert, Artiste Manager, Event Producer, and tourism enthusiast, Jonilar has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the growth and development of Ghana’s music industry. Realizing that education and collaboration are vital elements to bring about change, Jonilar believes in the importance of involving government officials and decision-makers in the discussions surrounding music streaming and digital innovation.

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“The industry’s growth cannot be realized in isolation,” asserts Jonilar. “To achieve tangible results, we must engage those who matter the most—the government and influential stakeholders. Together, we can create an enabling environment for the music industry to thrive.”


The maiden edition of the Digital Music Education Seminar, held on 26th July 2023 at Jasikan in the Oti region, marked a crucial step towards achieving this ambitious vision. Industry experts, music artistes, aspiring talents, and stakeholders gathered to explore the opportunities and challenges that the digital landscape presents. The event served as a platform for knowledge sharing, networking, and brainstorming ideas that could reshape the future of music streaming in Ghana.

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One key moment of the seminar was when the honorable Member of Parliament for Buem constituency, Kofi Iddie Adams, graced the event and shared his vision for revitalizing the music sector through proactive initiatives. The collaboration between private entities like and Digishare Africa with government representatives like Mr. Adams represents a watershed moment for Ghana’s music industry.

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The significance of digital music education cannot be overstated. As streaming services continue to gain prominence, artistes and stakeholders must grasp the intricacies of the digital realm to effectively market their music, gain wider audiences, and monetize their content. Moreover, with access to vast online platforms, Ghanaian artistes can now reach global audiences, thereby positioning themselves on the international stage.

By empowering artistes with the necessary digital knowledge, and Digishare Africa are driving a paradigm shift within the industry. From understanding content distribution, copyright protection, social media promotion, to data analytics, the Digital Music Education Seminar equips artistes with invaluable skills and insights essential for their long-term success.


The impact of this initiative extends beyond artistes alone; it holds the potential to elevate the entire music ecosystem in Ghana. By creating a collaborative network of industry players, artistes, and government representatives, the stage is set for innovative policies, funding opportunities, and infrastructure development that can bolster the growth of the music sector.

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As we reflect on the success of the maiden Digital Music Education Seminar, we recognize that the path to effective change is forged through collective effort and shared vision. The commitment of Jonathan Nii Laryea and the collaboration between, Digishare Africa, and the honorable Member of Parliament, Kofi Iddie Adams, exemplify the determination to realize a future where Ghana’s music industry thrives, locally and globally.


As the Digital Music Education Seminar paves the way for future editions and increased government involvement, it is evident that the future of music streaming in Ghana is destined for greatness. By nurturing and empowering talents, fostering collaborations, and embracing digital innovations, we can drive the changes we want to see and propel the nation’s music industry to unprecedented heights.


Together, let us harmonize the rhythm of progress, ensuring that the melodious sounds of Ghanaian music resonate far beyond borders and enrich the lives of millions worldwide.