Rapper D’dam Il-ya Ajaye purporlaly known as D.I.A has clearly and openly voiced out out his opinion on deserving musical artistes not getting paid for performances in Kaduna state.
The Hell of A Life cronner took to his Facebook page yesterday evening (10pm 23 June 2017) to state the urgency and need for artistes who according to him has paid their dues to know their worth and stand against performing for free when the even has a standing gate fee. Taking himself as an example, the rapper stated some obviously true why he deserves to be paid.
What started as a couple of Instagram post is now going viral with hastag #DamnYouPayMe
Check out live post from his Facebook acount (D’dam Il-ya Ajaye) below:
Mavin Records superstar singer – Reekado Banks is out with another gbedu wey dey burst brain.
Off his debut album – “Spotlight” the singer gives “Move” the visual treatment, the song features Tanzanian diva and songstress – Vanessa Mdee
After releasing a couple of “teasers” in a series tagged “unplugged” to keep fans updated on the status of his extended play project wondaboi6ix sets to finally unveil full details of the project, by releasing an original song off the project.
My prayer is a number rendered in both yoruba and english expressing the artist’s earnest desire to be singled out. the song features Samjey who happens to be one of Candy Music Entertainment in-house sound engineer and artist. the beautiful melody is great enough to help you relate to the beautiful story told in this song.
Wondaboi6ix, born Emmanuel Omotayo Ogunwede hails from Ogun state, Nigeria, but was born and bred in Zaria, Kaduna State. the artist is a 400l computer science student of federal university of technology, minna. he has a desire to send a positive message to the world via the platform available to him. you can connect with the artist via his handles:
Instagram /Facebook /Twitter: @wondaboi6ix
Enjoy this beautiful song!