Ghanaian gospel musician, Rose Adjei has advised her colleagues not depend on only music.
Speaking in an interview with Franky 5 on Hitz FM which was monitored by zionfelix.net, the ‘Nyame Ye’ singer said finding additional jobs will help them in so many ways.
She disclosed how her boutique sustained her music career after she lost her producer.
“It’s my work that helped me to this far. I managed and produced myself for about two and a half years when I lost my producer. It is not all the time that you will get programs as a musician so it is good that you work aside music,” Rose Adjei counselled.
“I had a boutique but because of music, I had to slow down a bit. I was the one taking care of the place…I never had anybody to take care of the place so when I am going for interviews or shows, I have to close the place. I wanted to relocate so I have closed down the place in searching for a better place and look for someone to look after the place,” she hinted at her plans to revamp her shop which helped her in diverse ways.
She also appreciated the support her husband has given to her ministry.