Juju music maestro, Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye also known as King Sunny Ade advises young artistes’ in the music industry.
He encouraged them to forecast whenever they are planning to compose songs and put into consideration how relevant such music will be in the next 20 years.
Sunny Ade also said artistes should count themselves lucky, citing that during their time, no family wanted children to connect with music.
“I want the young artistes to know that they are very lucky. In those days, no family wanted or allowed their children to have connection with music, but today, family members introduce their children to big artistes to put them through,” He said
“Nowadays, we see more of vulgar lyrics. It happened in those days, but it has been corrected…all what the artistes need to do is what the ears will hear and eyes will see that in 20 years, they will not be ashamed or regret anything. Moreover, we don’t have many schools of music in Nigeria, yet we are still progressing. What I want them to do is to give a sense of belonging to Nigerians, Africans and sense of belonging to music of black people where they have their roots,”
“Very soon, I’m going to be laying the foundation of King Sunny Ade Musical School to compliment the Music and Culture radio station recently launched in Ondo State,”
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