Amerado Burner, the reigning VGMA Best Rap Performer of the Year from Ghana, has called on fellow artists to support one another, just as they seek support from the public.
In an interview with MX24 TV, Amerado emphasized the need for artists in Ghana to set an example by supporting each other. He believes that this mutual support among artists will not only lead to success but also contribute to the growth of the Ghanaian music industry.
“I believe that they say charity begins at home. When you’re playing football, the first goal starts with a pass. So we are seeking support. How well are we supporting each other as artists?
“It starts from our hearts. It starts from what we do so that the people watching would find the essence in coming in to support you,” he stressed.
He expressed optimism that if artists unite and work together towards a common goal, they can achieve great success.
When asked if he receives support from his colleagues in the industry, Amerado replied that he doesn’t expect support from anyone. He appreciates all his fellow artists, whether they support him openly or not.
“I don’t live with expectations, and I’m one person. I do not live with expectations. Those who support me, support me, and I love them. The fact that he’s not supportive doesn’t mean he’s not listening. Probably he’s recommending me to somebody at the blind side of me,” he explained.
Amerado’s perspective underscores the importance of unity and camaraderie within the music industry.