It’s difficult getting support – Artiste Sir Tido
Musician, Abdul-Ganiyu Alao, aka Sir Tido, has said one of the challenges he faces as he tries to climb up the ladder of success is a lack of support for his career.
The talented musician, during an exclusive interview with Midweek Entertainment, said hard work, passion, and assistance from a few people, kept him going despite no official sponsor to finance his musical projects.
Sir Tido said, “Doing music is not easy because as an artist, after production, there is a need for marketing of the songs; you will have to go out and promote it. So, it is not about only going to the studio but how to get your songs out.
“So, I have been able to manage these through hard work, consistency and assistance from a few people. You know when you keep doing something, one day, one of your works would be recognised and then set you out to the limelight.
“What I need the most is support for my career, I need promotion and support from people that will rate me. But it is very hard to get people to support your career these days.”
The 36-year-old said his dream had been to entertain, adding that he would be releasing an album and a movie in 2023.
“I have always had a dream to be the most versatile person in the industry and I always imagined this anytime I want to do something. The major thing that has kept me going is my passion. I am working on my album and a movie that will be released in 2023,” Sir Tido stated.
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