Reggae artiste Bushman has said artistes need to be more educated about the music industry.
According to him, individuals like Khago, who took offence to comments he made regarding the state of the business, need to focus on their career and their catalogue.
"It is really a situation where I see that this man (Khago) is getting outrageously crazy. A guy feel like sey because him hot in Jamaica, him hot everywhere. I apologised to him because the comment was not made to offend him. Nuff a dem a rise up because Pro Tool(s) make dem life easier," Bushman told THE WEEKEND STAR.
Mi a defend righteousness
Bushman further stated that he has seen comments on the Internet where Khago stated that he has never said he was a Rastafarian.
"Mi a defend righteousness and him a sing bout threesome. It's tough for us because of what happened in Coral Gardens. The Rastas that lost their lives, they did it for these guys. Him say me have one hit song, it mean say him nuh know nutten bout music. Mi have hits under my belt, him need fi focus on his career and his catalogue," Bushman said.
Him nah do nuh real music
The artiste went on to say that he has released 10 albums so far and that if artistes are not careful, reggae music will be taken over by others.
"Khago's two first tunes, the punch lines are not his. Him nah do nuh real music. Him go New York and feel like the world know him. Ask him if him ever go Belgium or Japan or dem place deh. Everyone can get their music free to download, people buy Bushman music. This guy is no one. He needs to work on getting publicity. He has a far way to go," he said.
Source: Jamaica Star