The Blakk Avenue star, AJ Omo Alajah has been making waves since the middle of last year with his new artistic level of maturity when it comes to the mixture of both Naija and Ghanaian Azonto tones. Many media practitioners, journalists, bloggers and Disc Jockeys (DJs) are worried about his shadowed recognition in the Ghanaian music industry.
This time around, DJ Armani of Citi Fm has added his voice to the call for justice. I never taught such a great DJ would care about this young artiste. He has showed his disapproval over AJ Omo Alajah’s exclusion amongst the top and competitive artistes in Ghana.
Frustrated DJ Armani himself yearned for AJ Omo Alajah’s Super star on Twitter just last week “Why Is AJ Omo Alajah Still Not A Super Artiste?”
It seems there’s a problem somewhere. After releasing the hit Azonto Gbelemor and Jegede Shokoya and featuring several artistes at the beginning this year including Lousika on her new single “Hello”, he’s still making a big effort in the Ghana music industry even though some “Payola” DJs can’t see him.