- Mzansi singer Donald wants all young artists to take some time to think about where they want to be, not where they are now
- Sharing some lit advice, Donald made it clear that your actions now determine your future, so take care with them
- People were clapping, thanking Donald for getting real with the youth, reminding them that they are not young forever
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Award-winning Mznasi singer Donald knows what it feels like to be an up and coming artist, it is rough. Sharing his wisdom, Donald begged newbies to check themselves.
Taking to social media with some sound advice, Donald made it clear that how you carry yourself determines a lot for the longevity of your career. Outrageous acts might get you temporary fame, but a clown never lasts.
Learn from those who came before you and respect them for what they are today. You are because they were.
“Dear young artist, you're not going to be referred to as the kids/youth forever, you will get older one day too. Stop disrespecting the ones who came before you. Honour them, you have no idea how important that is for your own career and future. Trust me,” preached Donald, reported TimesLIVE.
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Peeps were clapping after seeing Donald’s post. Accountability is not something that is easily taken these days and people need to start taking a little more care with their actions. Respecting your elders is common decency, not a chore.
Take a look at some of the comments:
“ We can ever stress this enough. RESPECT goes a long way. Like I said before be humble or life will do it for you. People think time stands still, we are constantly on the move and we should be growing.”
“Humbleness will take them far”
“Very important point this. ”
“True and well said bro”
“Not me being determined to be on a song with you een dag ”
Donald jumps into the world of comedy with Mzansi comedians
Speaking to TimesLIVE, Donald explained how creating this was a no-brainer for him as comedy has been a part of his life for some time. Mixing music with comedy just felt natural.
“I've had a strong relationship with the comedy industry for a while. I'm friends with a lot of comedians in the country and I support a lot of their shows... I'm always a subject at their shows when I'm there so this was a very easy project for me to be a part of,” he said.
Source: Briefly News