Burna Boy Laments His Award Drought, Says I Don’t Consider Myself Part Of The Nigerian Music Industry

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Burna boy, has opened up on why he does not consider himself a part of the Nigerian music industry. According to him, there is too much politics.

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Speaking to The Fader magazine, he said

He said, “It’s political, man. To be honest, I don’t really feel like I’m a part of the industry. Check out awards, I don’t get awards because the powers that be don’t really like me. I’m not like everyone else; I won’t do what everyone else does. They don’t like it. Everything is really political, too much politics in the industry and I’m not a very good politician.

So I don’t really involve myself in all that. I just drop hit songs, and my fan base keeps increasing. “If I was a part of the industry then I wouldn’t have shit today. Think about it. It would just be one of the songs you hear in the club and then that’s it. “But right now, you see, I don’t have the most Twitter followers or the most Instagram numbers or whatever, but the things that I do the people with one million followers can’t do it,”

Source: TalkOfNaija

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