Nigerian singer, David Oluwasanmi Oludipe popularly called Spyro, has claimed that most people at the top don’t want up-and-coming acts to join them.
He shared his observation on social media while reflecting on the past year which was largely successful for his music career.
The ‘Who’s Your Guy’ hit-maker said that after one year of being at the top, he got to realise that majority of the top entertainers hate it when someone comes up through the ranks.
Spyro alleged that they even go to the extent of fighting fast rising colleagues when they reach the level of big players.
He, however, declared that so log as God lives, those in similar situations will move up and stay at the top this year. The singer advised young acts to also fight for themselves.
Spyro wrote: “It’s been about a year on top and one major thing I have realised is that majority of the people at the top dont want the ones below to join them and let me shock you, most of them hate it when you break free to move up so they fight you even when you get there, but I have come to declare to someone today .. AS GOD LIVES, YOU WILL MOVE UP AND STAY UP THIS YEAR A but you sef fight o ,NO GREE FOR ANYBODY WEY NO GREE FOR YOU.”
And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.
(Matt 11:12 ) This is the year for fighters … if you can pursue ,YOU WILL OVERTAKE 🙏🏿 #NoGreeForAnybodyWeyNoGreeForYou,” he added.
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Reacting, mo__andra said: My brother no be today. This matter don tey weye start ~ The prayer be say, the God wey do am for you, make e do am for me too and you reading this
marvy_mahy; No lie at all, they want to remain there hence they keep oppressing and bullying!”
tenovertenautos; It’s every sector… they say “bigger u I pray bro” on every of ur achievements. But get scared and worried when the wins keep coming.
Meanwhile, in another news…
Last year, Nigerian singer Temilade Openiyi better known as Tems, revealed that she became a producer in the early stages of her career.
She said nobody wanted to produce songs for her when she was still up-and-coming, so she decided to learn music production. Tems was speaking during an interview on Jazzys World TV as she noted that she was her own motivation and she told herself that she could it herself.
The songwriter said being a producer helped her to create the sound she’s known for today because she shaped her sound the way she wanted. The Try Me crooner further encouraged everyone to be relentless and go in search of greatness instead of being relaxed.
“No one wanted to produce for me back then and so I said I can do this myself, and it made me create my sound,” she said.