Ace Ghanaian Highlife legend and ‘Abiba’ hitmaker, Rex Omar in an interview with Cape 93.3 FM hosted by Emcee Bebe, has disclosed that he would not allow any of his children to do music for a living.
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According to him, the current crop of musicians are just hyped to look good in the eyes of the public but in reality they have no money.
As a result, he advised musicians especially the up and coming ones not to rely solely on the proceeds they make from their music but venture into other business activities to keep them going.
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“Once you are an up and coming, be sure you don’t throw your education away. Try to be sure that as you’re pursuing your music career, you do something that will put food on your table. Until you start earning a serious income from music, do something to support yourself.”
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Rex Omari Sarfo famously known as Rex Omar is currently the chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Association (GHAMRO) whose duty is to make sure musicians benefits from their works.
By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana
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