OAP Nedu: “The Nigerian music industry is a very sinister place

Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, better known by his stage as Nedu Wazobia, an on-air personality in Nigeria, has said that the music industry there is quite depressing.

Nedu made the comments in response to the tragic loss of Nigerian artist Mohbad.

The kuryaloaded says that the young, successful artist passed away on Tuesday.

Nedu discussed the state of the Nigerian music industry in a video that has gone viral on social media.

It’s really, very bleak in the music industry,” he remarked. I’ve worked here for more than 13 years. Everyone aspires to be a famous musician because they believe that success in this field guarantees instant fame and wealth.

“Although there are certain performers with the grace to reign for up to 20 years, this is an exceptional exception. We refer to people like that as “legends.”

When you become well-known, many people will flock to you to share in your success. Even if people forget to share images of you on your birthday, they will never forget to do so for your “RIP,” or “rest in peace.” But las las for this life, don’t do things for self appraisers; instead, do them because they bring you joy.

The wonderful Mohbad, our brother, is here. After his death, the song rocketed to the top three on Naija Apple Play, despite the fact that almost no one had downloaded the EP he had just released. His soul, may it rest in peace.

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