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Top Cheri shares her thoughts regarding the Music industry

“This Music Industry is not for kids nor def for cry babies,” says Top Cheri.

The Namibian music industry has been on everyone’s lips lately, in terms of fans congratulation their favourite artists for being consistent , discovery of new talent as well as how to survive the entire music industry.

The Industry indeed is a tough space to be in and you must work extra hard for your work to be recognised.

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The HangOver hitmaker, Top Cheri took it to Twitter and expressed herself regarding the music industry, saying the “Industry is legit not for kids nor cry babies”. You have to be tough to survive. She expressed herself after having read an article on how the Namibian Industry isn’t fair to some of the artists.

The BlacBoxx Queen emphasises on the fact that the is number of female artists that are very talented but are not recognised because they play for the “What about me” team. In order to push yourself and get your work known, you need to associate yourself with people that’s going to be beneficial for your growth as an artist.

The artist also made it point blank clear that she never ever paid anybody to get herself where she currently is, it’s all a matter of strategic movement and dedication.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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