As industry professionals, we should know that work never comes to you. Successful people work hard for everything they have. Let’s stop the hatred and support a good movement. Others are getting their hands dirty, doing the grunt work and figuring out how to make money whiles others also sleep and wake up just to hate because they are good? I wish there was a resolve to this fatuous type of life in this industry. It feels good and makes me extremely happy when the industry is booming but seems the pull him down is getting out of hand.
I am only writing about this now because of recent noise and issues surrounding a new born saviour “Zylofon Media”. I strongly believe they have come to stay and I will want to commend them for their great work so far. Less than a year, their presence in the industry have been felt by signing a minimum of five great musicians (Kumi Guitar, Becca, Stonebwoy, Joyce Blessing and Obibini) not to speak of the actors and actresses. Their versatility in signing musicians makes me have confidence in their firm more. Want to know why? They signed a highlife artiste, great singer, dancehall gem, gospel songstress and a rapper.
Thanks to Zylofon Media once again for choosing the entertainment industry to invest in. I will also want to advice these above mentioned great talents to also help and support Zylofon so they also achieve their aim as a company. My advice especially goes to the already established artiste. They shouldn’t feel pompous. It’s a matter of risk and reward. In today’s music industry you can’t deny that labels still carry a ton of power and can be a resource for your success no matter how big you are as an artiste. They will need to respect the rules and regulations of the firm so they will help them make their dream come true.
This is just an advice to every signed Zylofon product and to all industry players to be able to take full advantage of the firm’s benefits can reach level of success. No need to hate, let’s support Zylofon Media. They are currently the power players in the entertainment industry.
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