Award-Winning and Platinum-selling South African Soul Artist, Donald Colours has taken to his Twitter and Instagram page to warn and advise upcoming and young artists over their lifestyles and especially their respects towards other artists.
The 2013 BET nominee did not hold back and spilled it all out as he saw it in his post reminding the younger ones that they will not be young forever.
“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 this is for your career & future. TRUST ME”
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 this is for your own career & future. TRUST ME
— #DonaldColours (@DonaldInDenial) October 6, 2021
We are yet to know the reason behind this advice as a week ago earlier, the singer posted something similar on Instagram saying;
“Small Advice to Upcoming artist, TV personalities etc. Please don’t let FAME define you because one day it will all be gone and you won’t know who you are as a human. Be Human 1st 🙏❤”
Donald also revealed he has been working towards releasing his seventh studio album explaining that he has been busy and has put his whole life into the project which has been on for about a year and 3 months”
I’ve been busy putting the album together. It’s a really solid project that I put my whole life into because, just with how life has been for us for the past 15 months, I needed to put my soul into something.” he said
“I wanted to make a current album, very current to what is happening right now … it features some of the most amazing young artists coming out now.”
Earlier today, Donald announced that he will be dropping a single with Lady Du where they collaborated on a song titled “Inkanyezi”
The single is slated to drop by midnight 8th October.
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