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You’ll die poor if you focus on music alone – Samuel Owusu to Young Musicians

The young people who wish to pursue music as a career have been advised by seasoned Ghanaian highlife singer Samuel Owusu to find a side gig in addition to their current pursuits.


With his many years of experience in the music industry, Amansan Krakye, the hitmaker of “Abusua Kyiri Ka,” stated in an interview that anyone who relies solely on music may not be satisfied. Krakye’s first album was released in 1992.

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“Any young person who wishes to pursue music should do so, but they should not depend only on their musical endeavours,” I would advise.


“I have other businesses besides music, so the first thing I do when someone says they want to make music is ask them if they are educated and to what extent,” he questioned.

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The well-known crooner went on to say, “Aside from that, I always caution them not to rely solely on music, so I ask them if they have learned a trade.


“They can pursue their music career as planned, but to avoid disappointment, they should find a reliable source of income, such as a side gig or job.”


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