KiDi has voiced his worries about the difficulties that a lot of artists encounter in the music business, pointing out that a lot of musicians primarily depend on passion and dedication to get by.
In an interview with Berla Mundi for “The Day Show,” which 1Family Radio monitored, KiDi said that everyone in the sector is doing the best they can with the resources at their disposal.
He underlined that despite their desire for catalysts to help them showcase their work to a wider audience, all those in the creative industries put in a lot of effort into their work.
KiDi understood how critical it was to obtain funding from those who shared their artistic vision. He did, however, draw attention to the industry’s lack of a clear structure, which makes it difficult to draw in capital.
“The investment conversation is complex because there are numerous factors contributing to this issue. If I’m an investor looking to invest in a system, what system is there to invest in? There is no structured system to make the industry attractive,’’ he said.
“That conversation is a wider conversation because there’s so many things plucked into this one problem. If I’m an investor and I’m coming to invest in a system, What is the system? There is no system to even be attractive,” the ‘Touch It’ hitmaker stressed.
KiDi also said that in order to overcome challenges, a lot of artists capitalize on their zeal and dedication. In addition, he emphasized the value of moving past challenges and evolving on rather than getting bogged down in them.
“That’s why a lot of us have passion, and passion is what makes the difference between when the thing is weighing you down and you’re still pushing because it’s what you love to do.’’
“So we’ll keep working hard. I will not come and sit and say, This thing is not working for me. Yes, there’s things that are bad, but my mentality is to always forge on, like, keep going, no matter what the thing is.’’
“I’ll find a plan to maneuver my way around it until I can get it fixed,” he added.