The bitter truth of life is that soldiers go and soldiers come but the barrack still remains, especially in the music industry as competition is so high and new talents arising.<br />The Letter
The enormous love you are receiving from fans, promoters, and colleagues at the moment is not by your grace or attitude, it’s a scale of what you hold, worth, and value.
No one would want to fvck or associate with a struggling nigga, let that sink to your head.
Your music is kind of different, your voice is unique. Nevertheless, we’ve seen artists with different vibes faded in the space of a calendar year.
If this life is guaranteed, Slimcase won’t be out of relevance so quickly. He brought another vibe completely with touches of street dance, slangs and all. But when his time is up, everything sunk.
The pace of Zlatan has obviously diminished to a resting point. Where is Reekado Banks? Are you talented than the ex-Marvin star?
The recent report of being high on stage is a sign of getting inundated by the unexpected fame. This is your time and it’s best for you to use it well.
As an artiste with a great vision, you should target the larger space in the music industry rather than limiting yourself.
Holding on to the phrase “The best artiste of this generation” is not an understatement or too much to keep on.
Don’t lobby for top featuring as this plays a bigger role in killing newly introduced artistes, canceling some collaborations offer won’t influence your progress.
The most important one “reduce your highness”, what happened at Ibadan should have been a lesson.