VGMA Best Rap Performer of the Year, Amerado Burner, has a message for his fellow Ghanaian musicians.
He believes that Ghanaian musicians should encourage and promote one another before they appeal to the general population for support.
Amerado underlined the necessity for artists to set an example by bolstering one another in an interview with MX24 TV that was monitored by 1Family Radio.
He thinks that the success of the musicians will come from their shared assistance, which will also help the Ghanaian music industry expand.
“I believe that they say charity begins at home. When you’re playing football, the first goal starts with a pass. So we are seeking support. How well are we supporting each other?’’ he asked.
“It starts from our hearts. It starts with what we do so that the people watching will find the essence in coming in to support you,’’ he said.
Amerado voiced the belief that Ghanaian artists may succeed greatly if they collaborated together and toiled for a common objective.
Amerado said he doesn’t anticipate receiving support from anyone when asked if he gets it from his industry peers. Whether they publicly support him or not, he respects all of his artistic peers.
“I don’t live with expectations, and I’m one person. Those who support me support me, and I love them. The fact that he’s not supportive doesn’t mean he’s not listening. Probably he’s recommending me to somebody on the blind side of me,’’ he noted.