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Music and Photography in Ghana: Kwame Koda, Sabtiya Wahab Abubakar, Robert Abban, and Erica A. Share Their Experiences on Muse Convos


As the popularity of Ghanaian music increases, so does the demand for more intentional efforts in sharing artiste journeys, projecting the little changes, and documenting moments as they become keepsakes for history. On Friday, Jan. 27, Muse Africa with the aid of our host, Derrick Annor Boadi, and in-house discussants Randy Walker and Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh weighed in on the topic: Music & Photography in Ghana.


It was super nice to have Kwame Koda, Sabtiya Wahab Abubakar, Rob Photography, and @Picxeria with us tonight discussing Music & Photography in Ghana.

Kwame Koda

Sabtiya Wahab Abubakar

Pxceria (Erica A.)

Robert Abban


Oftentimes, the lines between several creative disciplines blur. Music and photography, albeit, distinct art forms, have similarities. We sought to seek our guest’s ideas on whether music from their clients inspires them to create certain unique results.

Undoubtedly, music photographers on MuseConvos Twitter Space had countless experiences to share on the impact their works have had on musicians. A typical example is KwameKoda’s re-imagining of Fameye’s image, making the rising artiste a more compelling character and his identity more visually appealing.

Nevertheless, like many creative disciplines, the commercial viability of becoming a music photographer and the appreciation for may be lacking as Rob Photography laments. To this, Kwame Koda and Sabtiya Wahaba Abubakar stressed the importance to determine and communicate your value as a photographer so much that, it becomes easier for you to facilitate proper working relationships with your clients. The uprising Erica who has worked with artists like Mr. Eazi and for brands like Sony also stressed on the need for contracts and to leverage legal assistance as a music photographer.

We record our Muse Convos so you never miss out on the progressive and thought-leading discussions we serve. Press play to listen to our full discussion with Kwame Koda, Sabtiya Wahab Abubakar, Rob Photography, and Pxceria about Music and Photography in Ghana.

Next Friday on MuseConvos, we bring you an amazing set of guests to talk about an interesting subject matter. Do join us live.

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