Sarkodie Requests That The Entertainment Industry Encourage Up-and-Coming Artists(See Details)

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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Legendary Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has urged kindness and compassion for up-and-coming young performers in the entertainment sector.

The “Non-Living Thing” hitmaker shared his perceptive perspective on the challenges that the current generation of artists are facing in a world that is dominated by the media.

While navigating social and traditional media platforms, Sarkodie showed sympathy for the difficulties faced by young musicians on his Twitter account.

In his reflections, he noted that artists back then were allowed to make mistakes in secret and grow from them without continuously facing criticism from the general audience.

However, he emphasized the contrasting scenario for today’s emerging artists thrust into the limelight from the very start of their careers, leaving little room for privacy and learning from trial and error.

While on tour in the United States, Sarkodie sincerely appealed to the public and the industry community to support and nurture these burgeoning talents.

He recognized the difficulties that aspiring artists confront and advised everyone to treat them with tolerance and understanding.

Sarkodie urged everyone to give these up-and-coming artists an opportunity to develop and succeed in their careers in a sympathetic manner.

He wrote:

My era coming up , we had time to make our mistakes behind cameras and at least work on our approach to this business (how to speak during interviews, stage craft , how to deal with this industry in general) still learning but comparing to These young kings coming up, they literally starting right in front of our eyes ( social x traditional media ) they have to learn to correct mistakes at their peak …it’s a lot of pressure and sometimes affect their decisions. It’s not easy at all for them . I would urge we take it easy on them and give them a chance 🙏🏿

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