It takes hardwork and resilience with a mix of good fortune to make it in life. Likewise in the music industry, the way up will require working hard and re-inventing one’s music. This, Terry G seemed to have mastered.
The Apako master who released Chimo song and visuals has urged young and up coming artistes to up their game if they are to last and remain relevant in the music industry. Gabriel Amanyi (his real name) spoke to LEADERSHIP that upcoming musicians would have to work twice harder than the established ones to be heard. “I have been able to build and sustain my brand by God’s grace and hardwork. I have studied the music industry and watched trends before releasing my songs. Upcoming Artistes will have to study the music industry or learn under a master or a record label before coming out. I am willing to render a shoulder to lean on but those musicians must be hardworking and hungry to blow or else they won’t last in this industry as it is a jungle,” says Terry G.
The musician also singled out Tu Baba for staying consistent and true to his craft all these years. He declared that Tu Baba has inspired him a great deal.