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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Singer Falz Says Artistes Don’t Care About Lyrics Because Nigerians Just Want To Dance...

Nigerian Singer Falz 'thebahdt' guy has said Nigerian artistes are not to blame for the poor lyrical content of their songs. 





According to Falz, “Nigerians just want to dance” and as such, artistes will feed them with what they desire.


He said this after Some music enthusiasts on Wednesday in Lagos advised contemporary musicians to be creative and focus on issues of socio-economic importance.

“Music of today truly lacks content, but it is hardly the fault of the musician, as Nigerians just want to dance.
“It is correct to say that a lot of artistes are not concerned about lyrical content because they know that the Nigerian people just want to dance.
“However, a few musicians still pay attention to lyrical content. I personally pay a lot of attention to that.
“Music shouldn’t be about the beats alone. Good music is a good blend of everything – good beat, good message and nice melody."


*Falz is one celeb that blows me away with how multi talented he is....

13 comments:

  1. U know that falz... They dance to such music to kill the hardship in the country, happiest pple!
    Good music and content.... Likes of Timi Dakolo, Asa, Cobhams etc but most Nigerians rather will patronize Olumide's noise πŸ”Š... et al

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    1. Add Dare Alade to the list of sensible music 🎷 na today? Olumide na noise personified

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  2. You can say that again Stella. The guy sabi.

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  3. Yes o we just want to dance.This Kiss Daniel’s Yeba be killing me

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  4. Thats the truth, I dont want to mention names but many of the trendy songs today in Nigeria have no moral meaning

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  5. One of Nigeria's most intelligent celebrity.

    GOD BLESS NIGERIA.

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  6. Very true and they want to win Grammy, LMAO. That's why everyone wants to be a musician in Nigeria cos it's a no brainer. As long as young John the wicked producer is on the beats just dey sing dey go.

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  7. Very true at his statement.
    Falz is on musician i really like.

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  8. Very true. We have lots of noise makers all claiming to be musicians

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  9. "'Some' Nigerians want to dance".

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  10. I love Falz wella o but no be Nigerian dey ask for noise as music. Na wetin dey fit offer b that. So so noise everywhere.

    I do wonder if they don't think of where all their songs go be in d nearest future. Who wan store for d next generation song wey na only curse, vulgar slangs and so so noise dey inside.
    What's my own sef

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