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AWESOMELY BAD MUSIC VIDEO: ‘ERU’ – What Happened to JJC and his Big Boyz All Star Team?’

When it comes to music, JJC, in my view, was really on it with quality music, music production and videos.What happened? He moves to Nigeria and the quality of music and visuals fall below par. What happened? JJC I’m truly confused. What’s good?

How do you go from innovative music videos from ‘We Are Africans,’ to his ‘Emi Na Ni’ video for OluwaTipsy to his latest ‘Eru?’ He also dropped a video two weeks ago, and it is not what we expect from JJC.

As a matter of fact, what happened to his formidable list of hot female artists and artists period?! Lil’ Miss, Tipsy? It ain’t easy in this entertainment business.

-Uduak

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4 Comments

  1. Silent Observer says:

    GREED GOT THE BETTER of him he let go of his star artist some of whom are signed to his Allen public rival d bank now. He had a very good video production team in house which were paid on minimal or pay at all but they worked their hardest because they believed they would make it and one day he just woke up and told everyone to go their way it is not too late for him to amend his ways and be a mentor to young talent.

    1. @SilentObserver: That's quite unfortunate if your statements are indeed true. He was always on his game. There is a season for everything. So, hey, maybe this is what is needed to get him to appreciate what he had and get back on track again. Thanks for the comment.

      Cheers,
      Uduak

  2. Winston Balagare says:

    JJC is the worst. I had never heard of him here in the US until I saw the video for "African Skank". I was not impressed, amused, or interested. That was a truly horrible song.

    1. I love JJC. He is funny and hilarious and I think a true pace setter. When he veers off though, it can really be off.

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