Gospel musician, Celestine Donkor, has urged undiscovered talents to take their time and work their way up the professional ladder.
The vocalist revealed in an interview with Onua FM’s Anigye Mmere that she had done some observations and discovered that up-and-coming musicians preferred to take the quickest way to success rather than go through the process of being redefined.
Celestine Donkor is one of the Gospel musicians in the entertainment industry who has featured upcoming artists on her projects. She featured young musicians like Ashley and Gideon of Ansromma fame.
She said: “You see, I have a problem with young talents. We were patient to go through the process, to commit ourselves. At the time, I was backing Phillipa and Prince Nyarko. I had songs out, but I was backing them. I can see the likes of Luigi doing that. I see Kofi Owusu and Efe Grace also doing that.
“The underground artists you are talking about, trust me, they don’t need the help you are asking for them. They don’t like going through the process. They want to become everything overnight. And when you let them into your space, they think they are at your level. They are impatient to learn.”