Shinning hip hop star artist who want to become worldwide musician shared her journey in the music industry. Glory Bafedi, (24), from Mogorwane village, outside Jane Furse is a self-taught artist.
Glory became passionate about her calling when she was at high school.
Mogorwane resident described how she started falling in love with music.
“Truly speaking, growing up I never thought of becoming an artist. This is calling because it just happened,” Glory explained.
Glory said she found it very interesting to pursue her calling because she never felt pressure when she was started to sing.
“I revealed my calling and my vision is to inspire, educate and encourage my followers through my music,” said young lady.
She said she is not afraid of being criticised. “Not everybody will like what you do in life and people must learn to live with that because it becomes a norm,” she emphasised.
Glory said since she is pursuing her calling she remains unshaken by negative thoughts of people.
“Don’t be afraid to start something new if you want to win in life. It takes bravery to start something new. Accept criticism especially if you are woman like me,” she said.
Glory highlighted an issue of talented people who are not confident enough to show off their talent.
“People must show off their talent because I believe that music is a universal language,” hip hop star explained.
She said people who find comfort in her music inspired her.
Glory state difficulties faced by some of the musicians: “We are taken for granted especially when you come from ground root and that disadvantages and killed many talents. But for me I took those factors as motivations and i tried harder and not to give up,”
Her target market is everyone who likes her composition appealing to them regardless of age, colour or gender.
Glory said she has performed in various occasions including schools events. “I want to collaborate with other artists and also be recognised as outstanding artist,” she said.