Popular Ghanaian gospel musician, Grace Ashly has given a piece of valuable advice to musicians in the country.
She postulated the need for musicians in Ghana to build a solid foundation and think about their wellbeing.
The ‘Empangu’ composer averred it would help them if they think about building a better future when they are in their prime.
“You will follow the fame and build nothing for yourself. Do something for yourself, something that you really need and will build your personal life,” she said in an interview with Doctar Cann on Happy FM’s ‘Showbiz Xtra’ program.
The well-known musician added: “You will not reign forever and you cannot always compete with the younger ones. If you try to go to the extremes they do to stay relevant, it will affect you.
“They will be the same people saying you are still renting an apartment after the fame you enjoyed. And that is a sad occurrence.”
She also spoke against negative remarks from some media personalities when musicians do not release new songs frequently.
“We always have to pause from making music and think about ourselves at a point. We should always think positively when we see musicians and celebrities go on the low,” Grace Ashly stated.