1. Reduce the number of international artists performing in Nigeria.
2. Producers should receive credit for their work.
3. Changes need to happen in music publishing, and distribution.
4. A more structured industry is necessary.
5. Nigeria’s entertainment industry cannot sustain itself so technically it is not an industry.
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