“No amount of cash will make a tune nice,” – Prince Kaybee

Prince Kaybee has determined to share his thought on what makes music.

The star who has been within the music trade felt he wanted to share his knowledge to those that are aspiring to turn into a musician later in future.

The musician is understood to be dragged all the time on totally different concern but it surely didn’t cease him from telling folks the reality.

He acknowledged that cash is just not an enormous think about making hit songs as folks really feel it’s the solely approach.

He mentioned: “No amount of cash will make a tune nice. The one factor that can make a tune nice is the tune.”

“I’ve seen and understood that we put an excessive amount of duty on cash, advertising and marketing, music movies and the likes. We neglect in regards to the precise tune, if it can compete within the highest stage on the charts. I simply need artists to rely totally on the tune greater than on an enormous funds.”

Prince Kaybee used himself for example as he takes his followers by means of his musical journey.

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He mentioned considered one of his largest songs, Wajellwa, had no monetary backing to finish as huge because it did.

“I’ve a tune referred to as Wajellwa. The tune actually made me who I’m. It doesn’t have a music video. It was launched totally free on Datafilehost. I went to an web cafe to launch it. I had R10 to make the add. It was produced with a laptop computer that was not even mine.

He acknowledged that a few of his songs blew with no music video like Professor’s Imoto. 

He mentioned all you must do is to be dedicated, make investments and be capable to produce good stuffs anytime however don’t depend upon cash instantly.

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“I’m not saying cash doesn’t play a task, however what are you saying in regards to the songs with huge budgets and dololo relevance? All I’m saying is cash doesn’t make your tune good, you do. Decide to the duty, spend money on producing good songs and fear about budgets later,” he mentioned.


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