Chairman of Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO), Rex Owusu Marfo popularly known as Rex Omar has disclosed that Ghana’s music industry will soon have a code of conduct and ethics.
According to the Highlife great, the document when finally launched will regulate the actions of musicians both old and new.
His disclosure comes on the back of the age-old beef between Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale which resulted in a brawl at the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards last month.
That brawl resulted in the two very influential artistes, whose fan base runs into the millions, getting arrested by the police on May 19 and subsequently appearing before the court.
The two talented musicians have since patched up after a unity press conference at the Marriot Hotel in Accra, where the two fierce rivals smiled, laughed and hugged much to the joy of their fans.
Speaking to Ejura based Naagyeifm, Rex Omar who’s known for his prolific composing prowess told Host Moses Aluebasi that the brawl between Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale should be the last seen of musicians.
He was confident the soon to be outdoored code of conduct and ethics will check such reprehensible actions.
“Very soon the music industry is going to have a code of ethics and conduct to guide the musicians in the discharge of their work. The music industry has come together and this document has been prepared to guide each and every musician whether young or old so that certain things which are wrong will not be done by industry players in order that the industry grows further. “