It has been ongoing for a long time. It’s for this reason that the country has been branded a testing ground for Nigerian music.
While appearing on the NBS After 5, MC Kats said that this is how Bebe Cool labeled the country in 2017.
If a Nigerian musician wants to know that they are successful, Uganda is their laboratory to do that. And when they get it right, they are off to the world.
“Bebe Cool once said I think in 2017-18 that Nigerians use us as a case study. If you hit it in Kampala, then you’re bound to hit it in Africa so right now we are being used,” said Kats.
Not only was it Kats and his After 5 crew complaining about the dominance of Nigerians, but other social media users and artists also had different opinions about this issue.
Singer Cosign Yenze said that this war they are waging is not about fighting their Nigerian fellows. They have to realize however that Nigerians are dominating the airwaves.
Further, they have also monetized the business. They, therefore, have to look for a way forward lest they are left behind. Besides most of the trending Nigerian musicians used to do badly.
These singers have however been advised severally to produce quality music. This is because good music crosses all boundaries. Also, the same artists have constantly been advised to invest in social media.
They should know that the platform has a very big potential to boost their brands.
However, these have ignored all this and continued to produce their half-baked music. And when Ugandans take their hard-earned money to quality events, they brand them unpatriotic.
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