Singer, song producer and Marvin record label boss, Don Jazzy has called for the recognition of songwriters.
He also advised individuals with such talents to come forward.
The widely experienced entertainer said the need for more contents in the music industry is as a result of less songwriter, thus he urged them to showcase their talent.
Don Jazzy stated this on his various social media platforms over the weekend.
He wrote: “I think what our industry needs now is more song writers. We have too many artists as it is”.
“Maybe you aren’t successful because you think you’ve what it takes to be an artist when you could be a mega songwriter.
“Not all of us will be successful artists.”
Nan reported that the singer has hinted on some works he is doing to enable songwriters earn very well.
“I am working on something and when I’m done, I can guarantee some of you will make more money than most artists just being a talented songwriter.”
He bragged that he is employing songwriters and artists signed to his label are willing to work with them.
The “Doro” crooner took the opportunity to advise musicians to work with songwriters as no man is an Island.
He continued, “I have some songwriters and my artists are not stingy to share and not too proud to want to attempt to do it all alone. No man is an island.
“Artists need to understand that we respect their own craft as artists and performers and we don’t care if they wrote their songs or not.”
The record label boss, also advised artists to give due recognition to songwriters because everyone deserves credit for their jobs.
“All these need to change and they will change. When an artist wins an award for the song you wrote, yes the songwriter wins also.”