Da’ , the last two, has advised musicians in to look for alternative sources of income that are not related to music.

Ghanaian musicians, he believes, should look for other ways to supplement their income aside from their music careers.

Da’ said in an interview with Showbiz A-Z that musicians can’t live off of the money they receive from streaming, gigs, and record agreements because they need to prepare for the future.

Let’s broaden our revenue streams. Let’s get these business people involved and show the artists that they can sell any product if they can sell music, “he remarked.

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He went on to say that musicians are also items that people come to buy, and therefore, they must budget their earnings wisely for the future.

“They’re commodities in and of themselves.” People approach them to get them to promote their products because they have a voice. You can have your own product if you have a voice. ‘”Master P” recently introduced his bread in Atlanta, Georgia, and it is proving to be a huge success. He replied, “I also sell bread.”

Source: Dklassgh.com