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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

THE DECLINING STATE OF NIGERIAN RAP MUSIC by Chris Da Phoenix


Hitsongz Tv Red carpet host and lover of hip-hop, Chris Da'Phoenix shares his anger on the declining state of hip-hop music in Nigeria. Blames Ycee, Yung 6ix, and other young rappers for not upholding.



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THE DECLINING STATE OF NIGERIAN RAP MUSIC


Ruggedman, Mode9, Eedris abdulkareem, MI, Eldee, Terry tha Rapman, Naeto C, Illbliss, Ice Prince, Phyno, Olamide, Reminisce, Jesse jagz, Da Grin, Vector, Dremo, Poe, Phenom, Ycee, Zoro, SDC, Over dose, Nigga Raw, Loose Kanyon, Ikechukwu, Yung6, Sauce Kid, Iceberg slim Blaze, Sasha, Kemistry, Eva, Bouqui, CDQ, Freestyle, 2shotz, Biglo, Kellz, Skales.... The list goes on and on if you can think of any other rapper in Nigeria at the moment. You can see that we are richly blessed with some of the best and talented rappers in Africa, so here comes my question, WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO NIGERIAN RAP MUSIC?


Drugs, Money, Street credibility, Originality, Women, Society, Bragging rights, Politics, these have always been expressed in rap music and it was entertaining, so what is the problem or why are rappers not following this format to hit their lines in their rap bars?


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