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Our messages as artistes should be medicines to address social issues – Sean Taylor

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By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at March 28, 2019


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Paper4life’s UK signee, Sean Taylor in an exclusive interview with Blakk Senses on the #AfrikanTrainShow on Agboo 92.9fm in the Volta Region of Ghana says, artistes as they are, “they need to educate the people with the right messages and not always about party and girls winding their waists.”

“We as artistes, we are educationists. We need to educate the people not always about girls winding their waists and partying but with positive education. My thing is about the youths because when the youths get the right message, it leads to development. My messages in my songs are medicines to address problems of the youths,” he explained further.

The Dancehall “President” in his response to him being compared to Veteran Jamaican singer, Busy Signal said it is a great feeling to be compared to such an artist. That shows the great working he is doing but urged his fans and all people to get familiar with his voice through his songs because he is actually different from Busy Signal.

“It is a great feeling to be compared to great artiste like Busy Signal because Busy is big, big artiste. So if the people make that comparison between me and Busy Signal, it just goes to tell me that I am doing something great. They didn’t compare me to some people who are not doing good. I appreciate but at the end of the day I am different. Everybody sounds like somebody until you get familiar with the person’s voice.” He revealed to Blakk Senses.

In his last words of the interview, the Ghanaian dancehall artiste advice the youths to be patient in all their endeavours because lack of patience has caused much social vices in the society. They should as well trust in their creator, trust in them, and work hard to achieve their dreams.

“Patience is key to positive living because lack of patience has led to so much vices in the society. Believe in your creator and believe in yourself because every ghetto youth is a superstar. Don’t forget to live positive and work hard.” He advised.

Born Theophilus Taylor, he was brought up inside Osu, in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. He was signed by a UK-based record label called Paper4life Music.

He was interviewed on the Hottest Reggae Show, #AfrikanTrainShow on Agboo 92.9fm in the Volta Region hosted by Blakk Senses, Di-Afrikan General which highlights local and international reggae/dancehall artistes.

(Story: Blakk Senses)

Source: Beenie Words

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