recent documentary. In a statement released by the sisters, they expressed their regret for the oversight and acknowledged Mallet’s significant contribution to their success over the years. They also noted that the omission was unintentional and they hold Zapp Mallet in high regard.
The Tagoe Sisters, made up of Lydia Dedei Yawson and Elizabeth Korkoi Tagoe, rose to fame in the late 1980s and early 1990s with their soulful gospel music. They have been recognized as one of the most successful musical acts in Ghana, with their harmonious voices and inspirational songs captivating audiences across the country.
In the documentary titled “The Tagoe Sisters: Our Journey,” which chronicles their career and impact on Ghana’s music industry, the absence of Zapp Mallet, who had produced many of their hit songs, was noticed by fans and music critics alike. This led to mounting criticisms and questions regarding his exclusion.
Zapp Mallet, a renowned music producer in Ghana, is credited with shaping the sound and success of many Ghanaian artists. His contributions to the Tagoe Sisters’ music were instrumental in their popularity and recognition. Some of their notable collaborations include the albums “Aleakye” and “KOD.”
The Tagoe Sisters’ apology comes as a relief to their fans and the music community, who were disappointed by the oversight. Many have applauded their willingness to acknowledge their mistake and rectify it promptly. They have also called for better recognition and appreciation of the contributions made by producers and other behind-the-scenes figures in the music industry.
The reconciliation between the Tagoe Sisters and Zapp Mallet is seen as a positive step towards fostering better collaboration and appreciation within Ghana’s music industry. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of recognizing and honoring the efforts of all those involved in creating and producing music.