Prince Kaybee offers tips for stabilizing physical conditions in light of the ongoing coronavirus

Prince Kaybee offers tips for stabilizing physical conditions in light of the ongoing coronavirus

With gigs prohibited thanks to Covid-19, many of Mzansi’s celebs are finding other avenues to stay themselves busy.

Prince Kaybee offers tips for stabilizing physical conditions in light of the ongoing coronavirus

One such celeb is music maestro Prince Kaybee, who has been dropping serious pearls of wisdom on social media.

The award-winning musician took to Twitter to encourage local artists to empower their fans in order that they can invest back in their creations.

With the words “The artist isn’t free unless the fan is free”, Kaybee swayed the narrative and also said that when people don’t work, they won’t have enough money to shop for the craft.

“We got to connect, empower, and build the economy and finances of our fans so our fans can invest back in our art.”

Kaybee’s tweet generated mixed signals among tweeps who took to the muso’s comment section to share their thoughts.

Here are a number of reactions:

Recently, Kaybee alluded that some artists would “not be making it back” after the pandemic.

He took to Twitter to mention some artists may never get over the financial blow.

As cases and deaths still soar, many South Africans face job losses while fearing for his or her lives. This includes artists and musicians, whose pockets are hit hard thanks to lockdown restrictions on social gatherings.

“Unfortunately some artists are getting to lose momentum to the extent they could never make it back financially after this pandemic,” Kaybee said.

Kaybee also gave some advice on how artists can negotiate with big brands who want to use their craft.

“Big brands know artists need money immediately in order that they would wanna use your song for a campaign but pay you a minimal amount.”

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