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Dare Art Alade Speaks on Career

Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer and entrepreneur, Dare Art Alade in an interview with TVC News discusses his career.

Dare Art Alade is the co-founder and creative director of LiveSpot 360. LiveSpot 360 has organized several concerts that saw the appearances of top artists including Grammy award-winning Kelly Rowland, Ciara, Cardi B and business mogul Kim Kardashian.

He was questioned on what he thinks of the recent appointments, made by the President, in the creative industry. He replied by saying that he thinks the appointments are promising. Also, he describes it as interesting as some of these people are people he has worked with or knows their antecedents.

Dare also stated that the appointments and moves that are being made show that the President knows what he is doing. However, he asserted that although the appointments are great now, only time will tell if the appointees can uphold their positions by matching the vibe and working changes from within. Nevertheless, he is very excited about what the future holds.

He commended the creation of new ministries, saying that the deliberate intentionality is evident and he hopes they clinch the right collaborations to bring plans to fruition.

The maestro said he is grateful for the rollercoaster journey of his 20-year-old career. He discloses that his music is all about creating something that can stand the test of time and speak to people’s souls. Also, music is an avenue for him to express his feelings and the way he thinks other people feel.

He also talked about Entertainment Week Lagos, an avenue for creative minds to meet and learn from one another. He said professionals there inspire and galvanize the new generation, all for free.

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The veteran singer delved into his relationship with his wife. He said it is wonderful working with his wife who is the CEO of the company. He acknowledged women as better managers.

When asked what he would do if he were to be the Minister of Creative Economy, he replied by saying he would do what the present minister is doing. That is, reaching out, meeting with stakeholders, showing passion and genuine concern and listening to identified problems.

The idea of new music, he said, is still simmering.

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