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Give respect to pace setters -Bosheba

BY: Kofi Duah

 

Ghanaian Afrobeats artiste Bosheba believes lack of respect from young musicians to old musicians has been a major bane to the progress of the industry.

To the Vanilla hitmaker, if young artistes learn to accord maximum respect to their seniors, they will go far.

 Speaking to Graphic Showbiz , he said “I am close to some of these old musicians who tell me they will never help any young artiste because of the disrespect shown to them.

“They claim that once these artistes buy a car or own a house, they feel on top of the world and don’t want to be guided. For instance, when you correct them on something regarding their songs, the feedback for a good intention is very spiteful”, he stated.

Bosheba said he understood the feelings of these old musicians and would have done same if he were in their shoes.

“How do you expect me to impact your life when you don’t show me respect? If you need something from me, I will surely also want some appreciation and respect from you. Once there is that mutual understanding, there will be a cordial relationship to enable us work together,” he said.

Bosheba known for songs such as Obe Di Ako ft Guru and Kasapa, Jehovah ft Guru, Lighter ft Ras Kuuku among others is promoting his latest single titled Redemption Song.

Redemption Song, according to him is doing well and he has high hopes of Ghanaians jamming with it this Christmas.

Recorded by Jay Scratch, is about the difficulties we go through in life and encourages people who have the resources to support the less privileged and needy.