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D-Naff thanks TikTok fans

By : Foibe Shahepa

Gospel act D-Naff, says he was surprised to learn that so many people have used his songs on Tik Tok at one point or another.

” I appreciate you showing me so much love, and I understand that I’m not getting all of it because I’m good, but because I’m interesting and can make others smile,” he said.

TikTok is a social media platform for short video creation, sharing, and discovery. Young individuals use the app to express themselves through singing, dancing, comedy, and lip-syncing, and it also allows users to produce videos and share them with others.

D-Naff states that when he is on stage and looks down at the audience, he notices that they are not only moving but also listening.

” This indicates that the audience is engaged; but, just because the audience is screaming doesn’t always imply you’re killing it as an artist; they may also be screaming at your nonsense,” he wrote.

The video-sharing social media site has a reputation for bringing people together over long distances, and its capacity to spread music throughout the world makes it a popular marketing tool for musicians.

Finally, he stated that everything you accomplish throughout your life has an impact on future generations.

“Every decision you make today is bigger than you. Remember that,” he advised.

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