How I react to negative comments about my music – Adesua Etomi [Video]
- Adesua spoke at length during a recent interview with Hip TV where she discussed some invaluable issues about her new career
- Recall that a few weeks back, she dropped her EP ‘Sue Me’ which stands as a big achievement for her
Popular Nollywood actress cum songstress, Adesua Etomi Wellington speaks on her delve into music and some challenges she has witnessed in the long run.
As we all know, the movie star seems unstoppable when it comes to music as she continues to serve hot jams. A few weeks back, she dropped her EP ‘Sue Me’ which stands as a big achievement for her.
However, the mother of one spoke at length during a recent interview with Hip TV where she discussed some invaluable issues about her new career.
Speaking about what the acceptance of her music has been and how she feels about haters, Adesua said:
“Obviously it’s been half and half. Obviously there are people that appreciate the start of a new journey but I also understand that when people know you doing one thing, it’s kinda hard for them to open their minds to the fact that you’re trying to do something else. But all these things take time and I am patient enough to win over anybody that needs convincing, and guess what? Not everybody is going to be convinced and that’s okay too. Everybody is not for everybody.”
Speaking about the fact that she’s not the first Nollywood star to enter music and how others didn’t do well at it, Banky W’s wife said:
“What is the classification of not doing well? If you get fulfillment from something, just because it isn’t necessarily a commercial success doesn’t mean you didn’t do well. I know that my music probably won’t be for everybody but I’m also content with that. Everybody has their unique sound and their unique audiences and people that everybody loves, some people may not vibe to their music and that’s okay. You’re not meant for everybody and I know that I’m not meant for everybody. I don’t think there’s anybody in this whole world that is meant for everybody.”