Made in Ghana Michael Jackson, widely known as Slim Busterr in the showbiz industry has descended on a section of journalists for their needles and pointless criticisms.
Speaking during an interview, the “Masharati” hitmaker recounted how he was severely bashed by some journalists when he started using auto-tune 16 years ago.
He also added that he finds it difficult to understand why some journalists strongly oppose things they have no idea of instead of them to learn and adapt to the new changes.
In the course of the exclusive interview with Sammy Baah Flex, the amazing performer also revealed that he’s working on the remix version of his viral song Masharita.
I started recording “Masharita” remix about a year ago. I had plans of coming back to Ghana this October to launch an album but because of COVID-19, I paused on my recordings. I even booked a studio which cost me 220,000 pounds for an hour but I couldn’t record it because of COVID. So the song has been there for almost a year now
In the dying minutes of the interview, Slim Busterr also disclosed the following;
When I used auto-tunes about 16 years ago, a journalist at Graphic Showbiz criticized me but today tell me which artiste in the country doesn’t use auto tune? So sometimes when you think ten years ahead of journalists in creating something, they won’t call you for clarification” he said.