Tuesday, 29 September 2015

NEW MUSIC: SHEBAH:BOSE NLO


Dope Fellaz Music Present "Bose Nlo by SHEBAH"
No doubt, this is a wonderful dance song any DJ needs to rock every partys now and then, I bet you will put the song on a reapeat when you download it.
'SHEBAH' ~
Maybe with time there might be a better definition of passion over money as regards artistes going into the music these days but until then, this is probably best definition of that: Shebah!
Here is an artiste that have the opportunity to get a smoother hustle being from a comfortable family background but dude just won't fold. So he embraced his gifts and look straight into the eyes of destiny without any fear or doubt whatsoever. That among so many other things is what drew me to this cat!
Sheeba was born Osanmuyi Nicholas Omonuwa in the ancient city of Benin to a very big but loving family in April 24 1994.
Raised and educated in three culturally diversed countries of Nigeria, Holland and Ghana.
After Primary at 'Children Academy Nurs & Pry(CAMP)' and secondary school in 'Igbinedion Education Center(IEC) Sapele RD in Nigeria,he moved to the Netherlands and enrolled in the University of Applied Science,Haarlem in the Netherlands from 2011-2012 where he studied: Media and Entertainment Management majoring in Music Management.
In Holand word got around about his talents after be featured in couple of collaborations with artistes in Holland: it wasn't long before he got signed on to a production deal with Pure Entertainment in  Beverwijk Holland.
It was there he discovered he had a worth musically and he decided that he will come back to the motherland.
From Holland He came back to Africa but straight into the West African country of Ghana picking up admission into Zenith University In Accra majoring in Human Resources (2013).
Thinking that it will put him close with his music dream. I asked him what family thought of his decision at this stage? He says "I knew I have to record some music to prove that I have the music talent and so they'd get the message and so I returned back to Nigeria the Mecca of some sort of African music". That's what will show you his conviction in his ability and I must say he has the said ability and talent for sure. Just wait a bit for the musical wrath of the new music cat in town! 'Shebah'.
Without wasting much of your time, just download and enjoy this wonderful music.

Connect with Shebah:
Twitter: @Kingshebah1
Facebook: Omonumwa Shebah Nicholas
BBM Pin: 2BE7A765


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NEWS:VIBE ZONE SHOW WAS TRULY RELOADED



HAUSA HIPHOP BLOG had the opportunity of witnessing first-hand the second edition of VIBE ZONE tagged "CLASH OF THE TITANS RELOADED" which was hosted by Rahma FM's Radio Personality, Dr Pure. Vibe Zone is a program which has been on the radio's program schedule for almost 5 years. It has grown to be one of the most listened radio programs by lovers of indigenous Hip-hop Music. 95% of all songs played in the 1 hour program are Kano-Based artistes. It has grown so popular that most Kano residents never fail to tune in to the station every Tuesday's by 6pm for a dose of the program. The program has interviewed over 200 artistes and it is still counting. This prompted listeners to ask how they can get to see/meet most of these rising talents. The presenter Dr Pure therefore found it imperative to organize this event to build a closer relationship between both parties. He later named it "THE VIBE ZONE FAMILY" because according to him, the listeners are no longer his fns but his family for sticking to his program over the years.

HAUSA HIPHOP BLOG crew arrived at the scene of the event quite early. We were amazed to see  a huge crowd waiting to purchase there tickets for the show. HAUSA HIPHOP Crew took the opportunity to interview some notable artistes and fans. Below are the excerpts of the interview.
HHH: Can you kindly introduce yourself?
EDDY:My name is Eddy Kool a.k.a The Young Aboki Boy representing MOBE for real.
HHH: What brought you to this special event?
EDDY:Actually, I'm really looking forward to having a nice performance today. As you know, it is
a Vibe Zone family program. So I really gotta represent.
HHH: What should your fans be expecting from you?
EDDY:Goodies. A lot of goodies, full package.
HHH: Thank you so much for your time.
EDDY:Yea, thank you so much

HHH:Can you kindly introduce yourself?
I'm Sani Muhammed Nasir a.k.a MNAS.
HHH:What brought you to this special event?
MNAS:To perform.
HHH:What should your fans be expecting from you?
MNAS:I'm looking forward to having some exclusive fun out there and to give in my best. I want to perform real well.

HHH:Thank you so much for your time.
MNAS:Thank you too.
HHH:Can you kindly introduce yourself?
FRAT:My name is Frat 2 Green
HHH:What brought you to this special event Frat 2 Green?
FRAT:To join the Vibe Zone Family in celebrating the Sallah celebration
HHH:What are you expecting from your fans?
FRAT:I'm expecting my fans to have great fun, to enjoy themselves because this is sallah. We need to enjoy ourselves.
HHH:Thank you so much for your time.
FRAT:Thanks.

HHH:Can you kindly introduce yourself?
It's your boy NexceZz Beats.
HHH:What brought you to this special event?
NEXCEZZ:Yea, yea, yea. We are all here to make the fans explode. We just here to kill it and make things happen.
HHH:What should your fans be expecting from you?
NEXCEZZ:Our fans should expect nothing but the best. We got real men ready to perform today big time.
HHH:Thank you so much for your time.
NEXCEZZ:My pleasure.

HHH: Can you kindly introduce yourself?
I am Mighty a.k.a Swagg Republic
HHH: What brought you to this special event?
MIGHTY: What really brought me here is to do a performance of my song titled INA SUKE.
HHH: What should your fans be expecting from you?
MIGHTY: I expect them to get the best of me.
HHH: Thank you so much for your time.
MIGHTY: Its a pleasure.

HHH: Can you kindly introduce yourself?
My name is Aisha Bala
HHH: What brought you to this special event?
AISHA: I came to watch the hip-hop artistes i have been hearing on the Vibe Zone.

HHH: Can you mention some of them?
AISHA: Yea. I would love to watch Nomiis Gee, Dr Pure, Billy O, Double Trouble and others.
HHH: What can you say about the Vibe Zone program?
AISHA: I would say Dr Pure should keep it up.

HHH: Thank you so much for your time.
AISHA: Thank you too

HHH: You look so elegant, beauty? Can you kindly tell me your name?
Thank you. My name is Meenah.
HHH: Wow. What a unique name. What brought you to this special event?
MEENA: I came to catch some fun and to watch Sonicman, Ricqy Ultra, Dr Pure and Daddy Fresh.

HHH: Interesting. What do you have to say about Vibe Zone as a program?
MEENA: It is one of my best programs on radio. I don't miss it. I want the presenter to keep it up.  Allah will bless him abundantly with good health.
HHH: Thank you so much for you time.
MEENA: Thank you too dear.
HHH: You look so explosive today. Introduce yourself.
Its the one and only DR P-U-R to the E.
HHH: You happen to be the organizer of this event. So tell us, how do you expect this particular show to come out at the end of the day?
DR PURE: Well you know what? I would not say that i am the organizer. I am only the landlord. The landlord of the “Vibe Zone Family House”. YES!!! I expect it to be a huge SUCCESS.
HHH: OK. So what are your expectations?
DR PURE: Well, you know what? My fans are not just my fans. They are my family. You know what I'm saying. What my family should expect from me is what they expect when they always tune in to Rahma Radio 97.3 FM at 6pm every Tuesday.
HHH:Your anticipations. Do you see it superseding the maiden edition?
DR PURE: Seeing is believing. This episode is going to be much better than the previous one. The Vibe Zone Family would have the opportunity to sit down, watch, listen and learn unlike the radio  version where they only listen.
HHH: Thanks for hanging out with us.
DR PURE: Bless.

(INTERVIEW IN HAUSA)
HHH: Kana tare da Hausa Hip-Hop Blog. Me ya kawo ka cikin wannan shirin kuma ka gabatar da kan ka?
D'GUY:Gaskiya abun da ya kawo ni wanan waje ni yanzu domin in kara wa mutanen jihar Kano da gidan radion mu da ta gayyato mu, mu basu farin ciki na barka da sallah. Suna na Khalid Gambo Mahmud "D GUY" Sarkin Kapiya.

HHH: Wane tsaraba ne ka kwao wa masoyan ka?
D GUY: Eh to. Abun da zan basu tsaraba zan ce "kun san mai BASHI ya zo karban BASHI. Kun gan idan a ka BASHI, babu maganar BASHI. Kuna bin mu BASHI da muke nishadantar da ku a cikin shirin din Dokta Pure shi yasa yanzu ku ke bin mu BASHI kuma kun zo wasan sallah. In Allah ya yarda, zamu biya ku BASHI". Duk da na taho ne in muku acapella, mama na ta ce mana hala, ta ce mun naje na wala, yan uwa na ku zo duka jimla, za mu baku happy sallah.
HHH: To mun gode da wannan gudumuwar da ka bamu.
D GUY: To nagode. Allah ya saka da alkhairi mutanen Kano. One love.

HHH: You are now hanging out with Hausa Hip-Hop Blog. Can you kindly introduce yourself?
My name is Sonicman. One of Kano's finest R&B singer.
HHH: What brought you to this event tagged CLASH OF THE TITANS RELOADED by VIBE ZONE?
Sonicman: What brought me to this vibe zone clash of the titans reloaded you know, it is a sallah show and we are here to be happy. We are all here to show our fans what we have for them.
HHH: What do you expect your fans to expect from you?
Sonicman: Yea, we want them to expect something vibrating. Something delicious you know. Apart from this, they are coming over to witness something great.
HHH: Thank you so much for sparing your time.
Sonicman: Thanks a lot.

There were a lot of response but we shall include the rest of our interviews in thee next edition. Stay with us to get exclusive pictures, footage and all the razzmatazz.

MUSIC: MIXTER BASH - ONE MOMENT

Mixter Bash finally drops this single titled ONE MOMENT. Download and listen.
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Saturday, 26 September 2015

SHOW:CLASH OF THE TITANS RELOADED

VIBE ZONE FAMILY Presents CLASH OF THE TITANS RELOADED

VENUE: GIDAN HAUSA, SOKOTO ROAD, KANO.
DATE: SUNDAY, 27-09-2015
TIME: 02:00PM - 07:00PM

GATE FEE:#500 FLAT.

YOU JUST HAVE TO BE THERE THIS WEEKEND FOR THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE. MEET ALL YOUR FAVORITE KANO HIP-HOP ARTISTES ON ONE STAGE IN ONE DAY AT ONE VENUE.
PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY KANO STATE GOVERNMENT, RAHMA FM, AREWA 24, VIBE ZONE, MORE MUSIC, HAUSA HIP-HOP AND YOU!!!


Thursday, 24 September 2015

VIDEO TRAILER:VIBE ZONE SALLAH SHOW

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MUSIC: EDDY KOOL:MU NE DA NAN


Another single off his upcoming debut album titled "MU NE DA NAN", Eddy Kool features two heavyweights in the song. E7 who is a JTOWN based artiste and Dr Pure who is based in London, England. The song is an infusion of Hausa+Hiphop.Produced by Blandon for DUMA RECORDS,the song is a rich son with rich content.The meaning of "MU NE DA NAN" means "WE RULE HERE" or rather "WE REPRESENT HERE". Download and enjoy. 
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MUSIC: EDDY KOOL:KUN GANE


Below is another official single from Eddy Kool (a.k.a The Young Aboki) titled KUN GANE., The phrase means "THEY UNDERSTAND" in English. The song was produced by Blandon for DUMA RECORDS. Download and Enjoy.

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MUSIC: AHMAD DANJA - SAURARA

LISTEN TO THIS COOL MUSIC FROM AHMAD DANJA A.K.A SARKI IFAN TITLED SAURARA. DOWNLOAD AND ENJOY.

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MUSIC: SONICMAN - MISSING YOU

MUSIC: MIXTER BASH - MORE SAUTI


Here is a hiphop joint from K CITY's finest emcee MIXTER BASH with "MORE SAUTI". Also known as MIXTER MORE MUSIC, the producer/artiste is signed to MORE MUSIC ENTRTAINMENT. Download and feel this joint.
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MUSIC:AHMAD DANJA - GET TO KNOW YOU

Upcoming Kano-based singer Ahmad Danja a.k.a Sarki Ifan drops this scintillating song he titles "GET TO KNOW YOU". This singer knows what he really needs according to the lyrical display of his words. Do download and listen.

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MUSIC: EDDY KOOL: TAKA RAWA


Eddy Kool a.k.a The Young Aboki is a Kaduna/Kano based artiste. He is currently working on his debut album titled SABON SALO.Here is an official single from the album titled "TAKA RAWA". The song was produced by Pastor Dan and Blandon. Th song features MNI who is a hiphop artiste based in Kano. It is a party song with rich percussions that will definately enlighten your mood. Eddy Kool is signed to M.O.B.E. Watch out for the upcoming album dropping soon.
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MUSIC: SONICMAN - WACE NAKE SO

SONICMAN - WACE NAKE SO
Below is another inspiring song from SONICMAN titled WACE NAKE SO (THE GIRL I LOVE). The Indian rhythm and instrumentation is awesome. The Kano-Based artiste is truly the ladies man when it comes to dropping love songs. Produced by Sonicman under the label S_KLASS RECORDS, enjoy this inspiring song.
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MUSIC: BELLO VOCAL:KANO TA DABO


Bello Vocal drops another single titled KANO TA DABO. It is a well known fact that Kano is the only state in Northern Nigeria that so many artistes (both hiphop, contempory, traditional and other genres) have sang for. The acient city has a lot of rich cultural heritage that is second to none. There is a Kano adage which says "Kano ta dabo tumbin giwa, ko da mai ka zo an fi ka". Do i need to translate that statement? Well, it means "Kano,the great city with almost anything.Whatever you come along with, they have more than that."
Produced by the artiste himself,Bello Vocal features Kano based R&B artiste Sonicman. Download and find out the rest story. 


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Tuesday, 22 September 2015

MUSIC: BELLO VOCAL:DODORIDO

Kano ace Producer/Artiste Bello Vocal drops a new single titled DODORIDO. The song has some eccentric energy in it. Actually i was so full of smiles and happiness when i first listened to it. It turns out to be a comical song. DODORIDO is a word in hausa which may mean "MASQUERADE" or a fearsome creature. In hausa stories, the word is used to scare little kids. But don't be scared (laughing). A lot of you guys out there will love this afro-centric tune. The song features MNI.Download and create your own DODORIDO step.

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Sunday, 20 September 2015

MUSIC: SANI DANJA_AS E DEY DO ME

Here comes another party single from SANI DANJA's upcoming album JACK OF ALL TRADE titled "AS  DEY DO ME".The "ALHAJI" and "MAIRO" crooner keeps giving his fans what they want. Enjoy this party song from Sani Danja. Download and enjoy the tune.
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MUSIC:B.O.C_FARIDA


You think it is only Ice Prince who's got the skills to deliver on Di'Ja's YARO, here is B.O.C (a.k.a Barde Ogan Chasu) on this dope remix he titled FARIDA. The #Beehive artiste surely killed it with his pure Hausa dialect. Surely, Hausa Hiphop is here to stay. Produced by ace producer Don Jazzy, B.O.C killed this song. Where are the DJs in the building??? Add this to your mix! Download and enjoy.
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MUSIC: SONICMAN: KI YAFE MUN

Sonicman - Ki Yafe Mun
Here is a brand new joint fro one of Kano City's finest R&B singers, Sonicman with a song titled KI YAFE MUN. The song is a deep song which expresses his love and affection for the woman he loves.The literary translation means "FORGIVE ME" in English. The song was produced by the artiste himself. He is under the label S-KLASS RECORDS. DOWNLOAD and enjoy.
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Saturday, 19 September 2015

MUSIC: WHIMZ C: JEJELY

Whimz C - Jejely
Here comes one of K City's hottest prospects by the name Whimz C. He drops this sensual single titled "JEJELY". This song will surely turn a lot of girls on (if you know what i mean) with the smooth talk and scintillating beat to go with. I personally like the deep melody buried within the song. Enjoy listening.

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MUSIC: ASTONE _ JOLLOF RICE

AStone - Jollof Rice
Here is a funky high-life song from Kano based artiste ASTONE titled JOLLOF RICE. The song is a mind blowing joint. Enjoy

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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

MUSIC: DABO DAPROF & AB KAPON & HAZY D'STAR _ 3 KINGS

3 KINGS is a song gaining massive hype and promo recently in most radio stations across the country. The song features 3 dope artistes from Kano city who tagged themselves "Self-Acclaimed Kings". Dabo DaProf, AB KAPON and Hazy D'Star teemed up to produce one of the most talked of the town's single. Download and enjoy.
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ARTICLE:HOW TO PROMOTE YOUR SONGS AS AN UPCOMING ARTISTE



 There are a lot of wannabe artistes nowadays. But being that successful artiste is a long journey. Rome wasn’t built in a day. It takes just a step to make it to stardom. But remember that the life cycle of an artiste might just be a short trip. The life span is so short that we have seen examples of artistes that last a year, maybe less and that’s all. We could save that topic for another day.
Here are some 10 tips that will help you as an upcoming artiste on how to promote your musical works.

  • MAKE GOOD SONGS

The trend in the Nigerian music industry today lies with so many artistes producing dance songs. The music scene is now over-saturated with party jams or club bangers. The negative effect is that, on the long run, such songs phase out quite easily. They don’t last for too long and they easily fade out. Except you are an established artiste that can churn out hits after hits, it is a bad idea for the upcoming ones to dwell on that narrow path. Make a good song with a positive message. Never include the year you sang the music. You don’t know whether it may take years before it becomes a hit. So beware. Good songs never fade (most especially songs with well scripted messages). Get a good songwriter and work your lyrics.

  • MAKE EXTENSIVE USE OF THE SOCIAL MEDIA

It is saddening to see upcoming artistes underestimating the power of social media. This is one of thee cheapest and easiest medium to express your product to the world. Socialize with the world. Connect with families, friends, pals, even your enemies! Who knows! You might win them with your music.  Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Whatsapp, Myspace, BBM, WeChat, Kink, Skype, etc are some of the platforms you can use to get in touch with your fans.


  •  UPLOAD YOUR SONGS. DON’T KEEP THEM ON YOUR PHONE.

Use uploading sites to get your music to the world. Gone are those days when you only share your songs via infrared or Bluetooth devices. Souncloud, Reverbnation, Hulkshare, NotJustOk, mu6, NaijaPals, Tindeck, etc are some sites that will help you get noticed. Some of these sites can host your songs till eternity (as long as the link remains active). Don’t just sit and wait for them to share your music. You have to spend sleepless nights if you have to.


  • BUILD A FANBASE

Try to build a fan base starting from your own house. Make sure you interact with your fans regularly. Send emails, newsletters, freebies and other goodies to your fans. Reply to their mails, tweets, comments, questions, praise, criticisms, etc. Make friends with those who have a large friend list. Talk to them to help you share your songs. You have to be patient however because it is not everybody that will share your songs. Stick to those who are eager to help you. Forget about those who are eager to slow you down. Move on.


  •  GET YOUR SONGS ON WEBSITES, BLOGS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, ETC.

You really need this important tool if you really wanna “BLOW”. Work with bloggers. They help in such a way that you cannot imagine. Never underestimate their power and impact in the music industry. They may charge you expensively but most times, it is worth the risk. They could guarantee you 100,000 download but you really need to get up and add more figures. Share, tweet, rebroadcast and repost the links to your music.    You never may know when your star will shine with just a single tweet. You never can tell who is online at a particular time.


  •   BE CALM AND COOL-HEADED

Make friends. Always smile. Be humble. Create discussions. Be a clown (if the need arises). Create a group on any social media to engage them in discussions. Allow them to criticize your works. Be ready to learn.


  •  STORM THE MEDIA. TAKE A MEDIA TOUR.

Get in touch with DJs, radio On-Air-Personalities, Veejays and show promoters. Remember that money shouldn’t be an obstacle at this stage. Better to give it a try than to sit down presuming. Some DJs, OAPs, Veejays may demand payment. It is saddening of course. But in the modern day entertainment industry, it is a sacrifice you must be willing to make. In fact, you just have to make it. But I advise you look before you leap because the game is so full of scammers. Advisably, don’t be in a rush to pay. Take your time. Work with those who are in it for the passion. Hype those who encourage you and show your appreciation by constant calls, messages or visits. It is very important. Forget about those who are too demanding. REMEMBER, NEVER DISS THEM.


  • DROP NEW SONGS ONCE IN A WHILE

Take your time before dropping new songs. Give some songs some window period to help flourish before dropping another one. This will give you time to analyze and strategize on what your fans really want from you. Dropping songs daily, weekly or monthly won’t make you a star over-night. Sometimes, your fans could get bored of your style and they may criticize you too easily because at this stage, you are vulnerable to come out with a flop song along the line. You may decide to hibernate for let’s say 2-4 months before dropping another song. Fans will appreciate it more. Before you know it, they will be begging for an album from you.


  •  DROP MIXTAPES.

This goes out to the hip-hop artistes most especially rappers. Do some mixtapes. It helps a lot. It is another medium used for promotion. Do some good mixtapes and be sure they are more doper than the original song (which may be literally difficult but possible).  You have to be diverse and very creative as an artiste. Create something unique. Don’t try to be somebody. That somebody worked so hard to be who he/she is. So work harder to be YOURSELF!


  • GET A JOB. BE AN ENTREPRENEUR.

Hustle but don’t bustle. You need to be financially stable in this game. Sometimes, it is not about going to the studio to cook up a beat and then spit some rhymes and voila, a track is out. It’s all about the promotion. Promotion is always the most difficult branch of managing your music work. It is the most important tool in the music game. Except you have an buoyant manager or you are signed to a record label, you have to budget for airplays, interviews, hypes, shows and to a larger extent, tours. You need to work to get some extra cash to foot your bills. Music only pays at the latter stage. You need to be well-disciplined.


ARTICLE:RADIO STATIONS PROMOTING UPCOMING HIPHOP ARTISTES (HOME GROWN ARTISTES)?




The simplest medium of communication in Nigeria is the RADIO. This special Device has such powers that you will be amazed at how rural areas, most especially villages are conversant with latest news, songs and trends. It is now a lot easier due to the presence of radio application on mobile devices. One can acquire a mobile phone for as little as #2000 with a radio app on it.
The environment one finds him/herself will determine how one will be able to grow and adapt to it. We all are conversant with this proverb “if you are in Rome, behave like the Romans”. It will be so strange for a northerner to go to the eastern part of Nigeria and see his culture represented/aired on the radio 24/7. Such can be said for a Yoruba person going to the north and listening to the radio playing Yoruba music?
We all know that music has no boundary. YES! It is one aspect that lots of radio stations have tried to tackle due to Nigeria’s diverse cultural heritage. They are now successful in overcoming this segregation scourge. But a price has been paid at the expense of one important group of people – UPCOMING HIP-HOP ARTISTES.
I dare say that in almost all the states in Nigeria (with the exception of a few states like Lagos and Abuja), home-grown artistes (most especially the upcoming artistes) are poorly represented by radio stations in such states. The closest link an artiste has is with the RADIO PRESENTERS & DJs (otherwise known as ON AIR PERSONALITIES). Unfortunately, these radio personalities ask to be paid before their works are aired on the radio. This is pathetic. As a result, the upcoming artistes suffer in silence. I personally was very disappointed at a particular radio presenter in a particular radio station (I wont like to mention the name) said that upcoming artistes are too poor to promote their works or get air-plays. He also boasted of not being of the same class with them because they can’t pay for airtime. Well, upcoming artistes may not be of the same class with him because they are better than him. The bitter truth is he is nobody without an ARTISTE.
Radio OAPs and DJs need to respect upcoming artistes. There is no superstar in the whole wide world that wasn’t an upcoming in their start to stardom. Upcoming artistes respect these OAPs so much that they worship them as gods. It is saddening to see your CD thrown into the trash bin immediately you turn to leave their office. They will always promise you free airplay but after 1-2 plays, that’s the end of the case (i.e. if you are lucky to get it played).
I sometimes fault the upcoming hip-hop artistes. Package yourself. Be a brand. Make good music. Avoid the F and S words. Your appearance, boldness, charisma and reputation should be oozing with positivism. These qualities should scare them off and put their hearts at alert. Once you package yourself, they will never disrespect or look down on you. Show them respect too.
There is no gain in hyping an artiste that is trending from Lagos while the so-called superstar has no idea that you are hyping him from Borno. It is like selling amala to a northerner who prefers fura da nono ten times over. I am not against this trend but what should be done needs to be done well. I must confess that no radio station from where I come from can openly brag about single-handedly hyping their local hip-hop artistes with free air-plays. Radio stations (most especially OAPs) should be proud of where they are broadcasting from. It is part of their corporate responsibility. UPCOMING HIP-HOP ARTISTES MAY NOT BE RICH. But they also have big dreams to make it some day in life. You never may know the value of what you’ve got till you lose it. A bird at hand is worth a flock in the bush. The rejected stone may turn out to be the precious stone in another environment.
Radio stations need to play their part. Radio OAPs should be like fairy godmothers to upcoming artistes (most especially hip-hop artistes) and not dictators in the game. Nobody knows tomorrow.
Upcoming hip-hop artistes need to get their acts right. Never try to diss an OAP. There are kind-hearted ones out there. Stick to them. Forget about the materialistic ones. Life has 2-faces. Choose one.

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