Oskido shares some valuable life lessons about being a musician in SA

Oskido shares some valuable life lessons about being a musician in SA

- Oskido has spent over 2 decades in the South African music industry

- He admits he has made many mistakes in this time, and believes these can be used as life lessons for others

- He opened up about some of these recently

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Getting deep, Oskido recently chatted about some lessons he has learnt in life.

This gent has spent more than 20 years in the music industry and has made his own share of mistakes which he believes can be used as lessons, reports TimesLive.

"People know I used to do some pretty embarrassing things in my youth. I once attended an interview on Selimathunzi dirt drunk and I was an embarrassment," he said.

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The musician added that there was a stage in his life where he thought it was cool to perform drunk, and that as he matured he made a conscious decision not to perform when under the influence of alcohol.

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In a very real moment, Oskido added that it’s easy for artists to lose themselves a bit as they grow in stature. He challenged artists to not lose themselves in their rise to fame and fortune, and to always hold onto respect for those around them.

Oskido has enjoyed a significant career in the music industry and Briefly.co.za recently reported on an inside tour of his new beach house.

Being in the industry for many years, Oskido has built up a pretty good reputation for himself. It seems that the rep was able to pull him in enough money just from the Durban July, to buy a beach house.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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