Ghanaian songstress, Feli Nuna has strongly rejected the notion that artiste managers somehow do their artistes favors by investing in their music career.
The beautiful songstress who made an appearance on Celebrity Fanzone last Saturday stressed that artistes are at the “center” of everything that happens. “If there is no music what are you going to enjoy. What are you going to market, what are you going to play on your radio. What are you going to talk about,” she quipped.
Feli Nuna also insisted that artiste management is a two-way street with both sides pursuing their own dreams and passions.
She stated: “Everybody makes it look like we are doing you a favor; we are helping you to build your dream. Please it is also your dream to be a manager; it is also your dream to be an executive producer. Passion isn’t only singing and dancing, passion isn’t just being in front of the camera. It is whatever job or field you are in. That’s your dream”
According to the songstress, she is open to welcoming a new record label to sign her although she admitted she is doing well on her own and not ready to settle.
“Now I know my direction, I know where I am going. So, now I am not settling and I hope the right team comes. I am funding my career at the moment,” she stated calling on her fans to buy her music and “don’t download it for free.”
“Support your artistes; don’t just say it with your mouth. When they are doing shows, buy their tickets and watch. Stop asking for free tickets,” she added.
Check out the interview below: