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Ruger advises upcoming artistes to seek God’s face as they strive to succeed



Young Nigerian musician, Michael Adebayo Olayinka, professionally known as Ruger has dished words of advise to upcoming artistes who intend to become successful.

The Jonzing Records signee said there are two major factors that aspiring artistes need to take seriously in their career.

Speaking in an interview with ENewz when he was asked to share tips to encourage others that wish to rise, he said the first and most important is for them to prioritize God.

According to the ‘Girlfriend’ crooner, everything is possible if God is involved, hence why it is very important.

Ruger further said that any musician that wants to stand out must be original and have a unique sound.

He advised aspiring musicians not to rush into the music scene if they have not discovered their unique sound and style.

He explained that the implication of delving into music without being prepared is that ne would just be copying someone else’s sound.

Ruger said that such person might be lucky to release a hit song, but because its not his unqiely created sound, it may not stand the test of time.

Watch him speak below:

Similarly, executive, Michael Collins Ajere, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has taken to social media to dish key tips to up-and-coming artistes about how they can get noticed and signed by music labels.

He shared the valuable lesson on Twitter just a day after signing his latest artiste, Bayanni (formerly known as Zhenoboy) to Mavin Records.

According to Don Jazzy, anybody who wishes to get the attention of label owners like himself would have to showcase their talent on social media.

He revealed that in 2019, he personally sent a message to Bayanni, Boy Spyce and Ayra, Starr, his latest signees, because he saw their work on their pages and loved what he heard.

He shared a short note and captioned: ‘‘Dear upcoming artists. Pls read and share the message in black.”

Don Jazzy wrote; ”Dear upcoming artists, from these 3 screenshots you can see that I reached out to Ayra, Boyspyce and Bayanni myself. I won’t have reached out to them if I didn’t see a sample of what they can do on their Instagram pages.

For the umpteenth time, showcase yourself on your page. I know it seems uncool to post a lot. But then again you would be an uncool artist if it’s only your family that gets to hear your beautiful music till you give up. Love from The Don.”

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