Not like others who pitch their tent with a single entertainer, CKay has made a shocking plea concerning Nigerian’s at current trending musical acts.
Nigerian musician, CKay had to get quite a lot of things off his chest in regards to the music commerce and followers in a chronic Twitter thread he put up in his internet web page.
The ‘Love Nwatintin’ crooner paid homage to the trio of Burna Boy, Davido and Wizkid for his or her contribution to the Nigerian music commerce.
Ckay shared that he’ll get upset when he sees of us on Twitter making comparisons and disrespecting these G.O.A.Ts, noting that they paved the best way wherein for these behind them.
He added that each of them has taught these coming behind unquantifiable courses in passion, grit and success of their careers.
CKay in distinction to many alternative Nigerians who’re quick to help one musician to the detriment of 1 different talked about it’s potential to hype an artiste with out dragging the other down. He tweeted:
“Sooner than my album drops I need to get some things off my chest…
When I see people disrespecting our G.O.A.Ts on this app or making silly comparisons, it actually upsets me.
Give your G.O.A.Ts their flowers whereas they’re nonetheless proper right here! They paved the best way wherein!
Davido confirmed me that getting plaques with afrobeat songs is possible, Wizkid confirmed me that the place you come from doesn’t limit how far you’ll have the opportunity to go, and Burna Boy confirmed me that delay is not going to be denial.
Once more in my CC days, Dice Ailes and I created a sound that birthed a whole new wave of afrobeats. It’s so humorous how for the time being some people twist the narrative and say we copied a sound we created lol.
On the end of the day we’re all merely having fun with our roles. Sometime we’ll all die and it acquired’t matter anymore. Afrobeats is probably going one of many few things giving us pleasure on this nation. Let’s merely love and help our private. It’s potential to hype your fave with out putting down one different artist.”