Reformed group So Solid have blasted musicians who claim they don't care about being rich and famous but still court publicity.
So Solid get annoyed when musicians pretend they don't care about being rich and famous.
Group leader Dwayne Vincent - also known as Megaman - has blasted musicians who complain they are only in the business because they love performing, but then earn a fortune from television appearances and interviews.
He said: "I'm tired of people getting into the music industry and saying, 'I'm just in it for the music. Well, don't go on TV then! Don't do any interviews, don't do any videos, don't put out anything: love your music and stay at home. Don't play at this game, because there are people who need that space. This business ain't for the light hearted: it's a career, and careers generate income and revenue, and revenue generates popularity and exposure. And of all of it is hard work."
Meanwhile, the musician claims he has no idea about the value of money himself.
He said: "Money is not money to me, money's more of an idea. I don't really value money - I value the things I can do with it. But when it comes to what environment you wanna work in, money can be a problem. I could be in a big studio with 24-track desks and the best engineer in the world, and my album still won't sound as hungry because I'll feel relaxed and comfortable."
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