Bolgatanga based rapper and singer, Don Max, widely known across the Upper East Region and beyond as Tilakou Originalz has advised his fellow up and coming artistes in the region to desist from attacking themselves in their songs.
The Rapper, who is known for his influential lyrics most of which urge the youth to work hard, leaders to be truthful and honest and for parents and youth to prioritize education and personal development of immediate material gains.
Tilakou Originalz wants artistes in the region to focus on doing good music with good and development oriented lyrics, as their contribution to the development of the region and growth of the Music Industry in the Upper East Region.
The Rapper gave the advise in an exclusive interview with A1 Radios Entertainment Reporter, Moses Apiah ahead of the release his new single track.
Don Max is of the view that most up and coming artists in the Upper East Region are doing good music, but mostly focus more on attacking and undermining other artistes with their lyrics.
“Yeah, I wouldnt say Upper East Region does not have good entertainers, just that most of my colleagues use their amazing talents to insult each other. Why am I saying this, believe me you that if you are to listen to10 songs from these artists, definitely out of these songs, 9 songs will be full of insults if not all. You will keep on asking yourself where the talent is. Who is managing these guys? ”
The LA DE LA PUTOO hit maker believes that there is still good music as well as good entertainers in the region, as he is an example and his new single which will be coming soon will be a testimony.
“… sometimes it is not always good for one to praise himself, but as far as quality music is concern in the region, I will insist that all my songs are always educative and this new single which will be coming soon, will be a testimony to my fans.” The rapper said.
Meanwhile Don Max has hinted of his readiness to smoke the peace pipe with artistes that have attacked him with their lyrics and wronged him in the past.
Source: a1radioonline.com | 101.1 MHz | Moses Apiah | Ghana