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Entertainment: Lil k former manager revealed that spirituality is also part of the music business.

Music is defined as a series of sounds organized in time, employing melody, harmony, tempo and many others, it usually conveys a mood. Music has been one of the business mof young and elderly people involved themselves in, it is also means the world to so many people, it makes one think about how it relates to life and also it's beats, music is a way of expressing yourself, keep your company while you are alone and always give you something to do.

Northern Region is not left out when it comes to the music business, the are so many artists in the region, some are Fancy Gadam, Maccasio, Attaka, Lil K(Gonga), Fadlan, Don Sigli just to mention but a few. The former manager of Lil k, who is popularly called Dous Nelly was among the two pundit for a discussion on the North Star Chat Show hosted by Saani Abdul Fadel(Dj Fadel), Dous Nelly said, 'the music business is now not by physical or mental but rather spiritual, not only in the North but the whole world at large'. He stated that 'as an artist, you need to be spiritually protected before working on the physical side of the music'. Lil k is a Northern base artist and he has won so many awards.

He also indicated that he personally do not see anything wrong with an artist trying hard to protect himself spiritually. He went ahead to reveal that when he was managing Lil K now Gonga, there were a lot of things he was doing just to make sure that he protected the musician since the spotlight at then was on him and according to him, spotlight does goes with a lot of enemies in the music industry, he went ahead to advise all artists that, they need to be spiritually protected if only they want to see their music business flourishing.

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