Highlife veteran, Daniel Amakye Dede says he has opened arms for creatives who are young in the music industry and want to learn.
According to him, up-and-coming musicians, who want to take music beyond the horizon, should consider contacting old musicians who have a lot of experience to share.
He explained that senior musicians are ready to assist talented musicians willing to propel their music profession into the limelight.
Amakye Dede, whose music career took off circa 1974, disclosed that being humble and showing respect has kept his brand ‘hot’ till today.
In an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Amakye Dede said veteran artistes can help the young ones in terms of production and writing lyrics.
“My advice to the young and talented musicians is to give respect to everybody including the senior artistes. I started music somewhere in 1974 and I’m still active because of the respect I still give to all my senior musicians. They should always give respect to other colleague musicians and write good lyrics as well.
“If they write songs and want some of us to critic and help them out, we will. When I write my music, I take it to Nana Ampadu or Obouba Adofo to listen to it first before it comes out or any of the senior musicians,” he said.
He concluded by saying, “Our doors are always opened to you and we love you as well so feel free and come to us.”
Amakye Dede lauded Okyeame Kwame for creating a masterpiece album Made in Ghana which was launched on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill.