By admin/ April 24, 2021.
Mohammed Abdul Waliu known in the music world as Smash De Radical is calling on colleague musicians to think about leaving a good legacy in the sector for others to learn from them and be remembered well.
“How do you want to be remembered in the music industry, he quizzed his colleagues.
According to the versatile musician, each and everyone is born to create and contribute in one way or another. He opined that staying put to one’s brand and being truthful to your voice will attract more attention to a musician and, the audience will surely respond with unmatched passion.
He is advising all musicians in the region to be natural and innovative, saying “find your own voice, own your vision, share it with the world and the world will accept you for who you are. Do what you are good at, learn more to upgrade yourself for people to remember who you are and not who who “we” are because your style will seem different and new “.
Radical said a lot of people of today force themselves to enter where they are not placed mostly ‘musically ‘.
He said despite the challenges being face by Savannah music industry, he won’t apportion too much blame on the people for not appreciating their own because
Music must be educative and inspirational and looking into matters of the industry today, the unprofessionalism is higher.
He added that music in itself is a call so people shouldn’t kill themselves to penetrate because they see others doing it.
The “YES ” hitmaker who was on PADFM 95.1mhz entertainment, show Know Your Artist, with Anna B, made it clear that the most painful thing about the industry is when you are trying to correct mistake of a wayward musician and the person chooses to call it jealousy. This is the hard truth we all are living in because it hurts badly but nothing can be done about it.
He appealed to artists and their management team to study and know the difference between the attitudes of “someone who is jealous and one trying to protect a brand “.
Senior musicians should open the way to upcoming ones to be able to contact and communicate with them “musically”. The young ones need to learn so many things both positive and negative from the leaders as long-term musicians in the industry.
He was emphantic that jealousy is killing Gonjaland musicians gradually because they “fear competition”. You can never rule forever in life, one must accept that.
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