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“I am Afraid Of What Is Coming Ahead” Jovi Expresses Fear Over The Future Of Cameroon Music And Artists

Nkafu 237 | 11.06.2021 | 0 | 237 INSIDER with Kampii

Cameroonian superstar rapper has taken to social media to express worries over the future of Cameroon music and Cameroonian musicians in general. “I am Afraid Of What Is Coming Ahead” Jovi Expresses Fear Over The Future Of Cameroon Music And Artists

The New Bell Music boss urged his colleagues to put art/music first before fame and anything else. According to Jovi, if the industry does not put art first and rather let other things dictate the pace, then he is afraid of what is coming ahead – it will be worst for the ordinary Cameroonian artist.

Jovi, Cameroonian rapper

Jovi added that as for him, no one should bother about him because he did it the right way.

“Don’t worry about me, I will be fine over time because I did it the right way. The art dictates the pace not the other way around! When you put money and fame first? All ting na step by step! First of all you can’t begin building your house from the roof,” the Mbokogod wrote.

Jovi added that we are in a world where there are different types of fame but not all are backed by credibility and the effects may be irreparable if we don’t take action immediately.

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“I am Afraid Of What Is Coming Ahead” Jovi Expresses Fear Over The Future Of Cameroon Music And Artists

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