It is a known fact that funding musical projects is not easy at all especially when a musician has no management or record label working with due to the demands of the business.
This status of a musician’s career can put him or her in a frustrating dilemma as the artiste is not fully able to promote his or her works to the masses.
Songwriter, singer and performer Tijvni is indifferent from this phenomenon after he revealed on Showbiz Agenda on Zylofon FM last week Friday that, in recent times, the production and promotion of his songs were funded with “susu” contributions put together by area boys and friends in his community.
Monitoring the conversation live on air by GHPAGE.com, Tijvni told show host Sammy Flex that because his friends and the group he described as “area boys” believes in his talent, they don’t find it difficult dipping their hands into their pockets to extend their support towards his musical career.
According to the prolific singer, these little contributions is what has led to where he is now and will always be grateful to them by making sure he gives out his best as far as music production is concerned.
The North Kaneshie indigene confirmed that his strongest fan base is from his community and hopes to grow it into other communities.
Tijvni is currently promoting his latest song “Falling” which is expected to take over the radio and television airwaves.
The song which he touts as “A Playaz Confession #APC” produced by Hylander Beatz and mixed and mastered by Redemption Beatz talks about a his undying love for a woman who he finds most challenging to profess this great feeling.
“Falling” music video since its short time of upload on the internet space is amassing great views on youtube.
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