Lynxxx is a music entrepreneur I totally dig in terms of his hustle and very savvy business sense. I saw this recent video his team sent me and thought, “nooooooooooooooooo!” Why you fall my hand (translated to disappoint greatly) Lynxxx? Why?
Dude, are you serious? You actually reviewed and made the executive decision to authorize the release of this kind of music video? Really Lynxxx? Really?
Folks, I find it ironic that in this video, you have a man who projects such class, a love for luxury brands, education and success but when it comes down to it, in the final analysis, he settles for a seemingly cheap trill who he has to meet outside his home in the dark with all of her big booty hanging out. I guess money doesn’t buy love after all, lest we missed the memo. Souls “is” empty. Confusing and disjointed message.
Your wealth and class in Ifeoma can’t even afford you the attention of a woman on par with you, even if y’all wanna play sexy and romantic all day outdoors? Ladies and gents, we gotta move from the kid stuff to grown men and women business, in all aspects of the music packaging and presentation. For the male artist, if you have a video like Lynxxx’s, you have to know that your job is to make the ladies want to be your lead women, make them want to buy your songs, clothes or just hear you speak, It ain’t gonna happen with an Ifeoma woman as lead and the confusing visual story line.
For Lynxxx who has the advantage of looks, height and a commanding on screen presence, it is simply under performing and dropping the bar quite low. We expect more and the best Lynxxx every time we see you promoting, marketing or selling your music to us.
No more words for this mess. I’ll just file it in the AML Awesomely Bad music video category. Nice logo though. Interesting start this 2014 for the Negerian Music Industry. Hmmm . . .
Disagree with me? Then I really want to hear from you. Tell me why?
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