HOW SOME UP AND COMING ARTISTES HAVE BANNED THEMSELVES FROM STARDOM
The divertissement hub is just like every other industry where you find all kinds of irritating objects in human clothing trying to make ends meet.
Fame and fortune are like cowpea (beans) and rice well-cooked together. At a time they are inseparable. Or in other words, Fame and fortune are two different siblings of prosperity and posterity who have been married for a very long time.
If you are seeking fame and fortune, caution should be taken in order not to offend the primogenitors of advancement in every area and facet.
Nothing honourable on this planet will ever come easy. If you desperately want elevation, then you must overexert your way towards it in a proper byway devoid of abuse and foul statements targeted at the irokos supposed to lift you from the miry clay.
No doubt about it. As an up and coming maestro, how you reach the peak of your fame and fortune matters. Even if not to you, but for the good of your next generation.
Some up and coming musicians have banned themselves from becoming top stars with their ugly approach and behavioural patterns in dealing with music promoters and big time biz commanders in the entertainment industry.
Imagine a star in the making, that you cannot find any of his tracks online asking a music promoter to pay him N10,000 to perform in a show. Not only that, a woman will be assigned to his hotel room plus enough hard drugs and alcohol.
I guess that upcoming artiste demanding all that before performance has banned himself to STARDOM to an extent. Imagine the insult! After a proper check, you realised he has no track of his, but only mix tapes.
It pays to be humble. When you’re submissive, you will perform with big time artistes (super stars) one day or better still, you will become a star one day.
(c) SIR A-ONE 2016
“Make today better than yesterday, if tomorrow means anything to you” is his inking statement.