A few days ago, FalzTheBahdGuy got people talking after blasted some of his colleagues in the music industry for promoting fraud with their music.
Some people were on his side while others weren’t as they felt everybody has the right to sing whatever they like as he (Falz) wasn’t a saint either.
9ice who felt he was being attacked by Falz over his ‘Living Things’ also reacted to this in a series of interviews.
We presents you with 7 musicians who have allegedly promoted fraud with their songs.
1. Olu Maintain
“Olu Maintain” (sometimes called Mr. Yahooze) is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and performer.
His song about Yahoo boys was produced by Puffy Tee and officially released on October 27, 2007, as the lead single from his debut album of the same name The music video for “Yahooze” was shot in Nigeria. The official remix features guest vocals from Nigerian recording artist LKT. “Yahooze” won Hottest Single of the Year at the 2008 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
9ice whose biggest single is titled “Gongo Aso” won the award for Best Hip Hop Artist at the MTV Africa Music Awards in 2008. At the third edition of the Hip Hop World Awards held in Nigeria, he won the Revelation of the Year award and Best Male Vocal Performer.
A month later at the first SoundCity Music Video Awards, he was nominated in the category of Best New Artist.
He released ‘LIVING THINGS’ in 2016
Olamide Baddo records mostly in Yoruba, his native tongue. In 2011, he released his debut studio album Rapsodi while signed to Coded Tunes. YBNL, his follow-up album, was released under his label imprint YBNL Nation.
Olamide’s Prayer For Client was released in 2014.
4. Small Doctor
British luxury car maker, Rolls Royce has crafted the most expensive new car eve, the £10 million two-seater, Rolls Royce Swept-tail. It takes its name from the ‘swept-tail’ design of Rolls-Royces of the 1920s-30s and is built to mirror the elegant lines of a racing yacht. The outrageously expensive vehicle is the brainchild of an unnamed super wealthy customer who approached the brand with his vision of building a unique one off car.
A twitter user with the handle (@Nickssin96) took to social media and complained of rising star Mr Eazi’s perceived joblessness on twitter.
Fast rising artiste , Koker in an interview with Saturday beats said his social media account has become else since he became a celebrity .