Musician Bright of Buk Bak fame has revealed that contrary to the belief that making a full profane or semi-profane will sell more, he wouldn’t compose a song he believes his children won’t be proud of when they grow up to hear them.
There have been many times according to him, musicians have thrived on bad songs to penetrate the market and advised musicians across the country to pay attention to content in their music since they have the tendency to affect them later in life.
“Small things” musician said, “I wouldn’t want to put myself in a place where my kids can’t listen to my songs. I think the musicians must watch the contents they put out,” he said in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM. Advertisement
“Some of the songs we did in the past, you listen and you be like I did not do that. As musicians, we are creating today’s music but how’s it gonna reflect in the future?”he queried.
Source : Ghpage