“Naeto C, (Your) Career is in Oblivion, Stop Dropping Dead Singles” says OSAGIE Alonge’s #Factsonly

Naeto C v Benin Concert Promoter Fight Nov 2011Investigative Journalist Osagie Alonge claims seasoned music veteran Naeto C’s career is in oblivion. He claims Naeto C should have stayed with Storm records, one of the larger record labels back in the days in Nigeria. He also claims that hip-hop in Nigeria has a lot more genres to compete with: afrobeat/pop, gospel, fuji, R&B and then rap music; and that every artist who left Storm records really have nothing to show for it.

He says Naeto C needs to step his game up.

I recall sharing a similar view in terms of the direction Naeto C’s career was going in December of 2012. Revisit my article here.

Osagie also gives music producer E-Kelly some music business flogging. He claims the producer has been giving artists “crappy” beats including Lynxxx, Naeto C and M.I.

Watch the video below. Do you agree with Osagie?


Warning: Strong language used.

Do you agree?

What are your thoughts.


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