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“Davido and Olamide have been providing assistance to numerous individuals in the local community, whereas Wizkid is perceived as being more reserved with his resources,potable says

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In a recent and insightful interview, Nigerian artist Potable eloquently shared his perspectives on the profound influence that musicians Davido, Olamide, and Wizkid have wielded over Nigeria’s ghettos, which hold significant importance as their places of origin.

Delving into the subject, Potable underscored the enduring and commendable support that Davido and Olamide have consistently extended to their communities, even after achieving remarkable fame. He emphasized their unwavering commitment to uplifting and empowering the very neighborhoods that nurtured their artistic talents. However, a notable contrast emerged as Potable delved into his observations about Wizkid’s evolving relationship with his ghetto roots. He thoughtfully pointed out a perceived distancing by Wizkid from the roots that initially fueled his rise to stardom.

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Potable’s personal connection with singer Olamide was palpable as he spoke fondly of their positive rapport. He celebrated Olamide’s unwavering dedication to catalyzing positive change within the community, applauding him for not merely basking in his own accomplishments but actively contributing to the betterment of the lives around him.

While admiration for Wizkid’s exceptional musical prowess was evident in Potable’s words, he took the opportunity to offer a thought-provoking suggestion. He encouraged Wizkid to revisit the musical style that marked his earlier tracks, highlighting the timeless and captivating essence that those vintage melodies carried. Potable believed that this return to a familiar musical resonance could evoke a renewed connection with his roots and perhaps, reignite the profound connection he once had with the audiences that first propelled him to fame.

During the course of the interview, Potable eloquently expressed, “Davido and Olamide’s philanthropic gestures have positively impacted countless lives within the ghetto, while Wizkid’s seeming detachment from us is a sentiment we can’t ignore. As an ardent admirer of Wizkid’s artistry, I humbly implore him to embrace his earlier sonic signature, which undoubtedly played an integral role in propelling him to the pinnacle of fame.”

Amidst this vibrant discussion, it’s worth noting that Potable’s own exceptional artistic talent has not gone unnoticed. His captivating artistry has garnered him a substantial and devoted following on various social media platforms, effectively amplifying his prominence within the artistic realm. As he continues to create, engage, and inspire, Potable’s voice joins the chorus of those seeking to enrich the cultural tapestry of Nigeria and beyond.

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“Shatta Wale Reveals Reason Behind Beef with Burna Boy:Somebody Told Him I Had an Affair with His Girlfriend’

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Shatta Wale, a well-known Ghanaian singer, recently shed light on the reason behind his feud with Afrobeats star Burna Boy.

In an interview, Shatta Wale disclosed that he and the Grammy Award-winning artist used to be close friends before their relationship soured.

According to Shatta Wale, the rift between them began when one of his associates informed Burna Boy that Shatta Wale had been involved with his girlfriend. Shatta Wale expressed disappointment that Burna Boy didn’t approach him directly about the issue, considering their friendship, but instead chose to discuss it with others.

Shatta Wale’s perspective on the matter is summarized in his statement: “Burna Boy heard from one of my guys that I sacked that I slept with his girlfriend. You see he is my G, him for call me.”

Reactions poured in from fans and observers:

  • officialwizshine1 emphasized leaving Burna Boy alone, citing his success and dismissing negative talk.
  • fntasy_ii humorously noted Burna Boy’s effortless trendiness and the tendency for every celebrity to speak out on their issues.
  • orch.terry jokingly commented on Burna Boy’s ability to focus on his music despite the gossip surrounding him.
  • power_gp7 highlighted the envy directed towards Burna Boy, likening it to the inconsistency of electricity supply in Nigeria.

The video of Shatta Wale discussing the matter was also shared for viewers to watch.

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“Portable – Let’s Promote Afrobeats and Leave Amapiano for South Africans”

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“Portable Urges Nigerian Artists to Prioritize Afrobeats Over Amapiano After Grammy Outcome”

In response to South African singer Tyla’s Grammy win over Nigerian artists like Burna Boy and Davido, controversial artiste Habeeb Okikiola, known as Portable, advises Nigerian musicians to focus on promoting Afrobeats instead of Amapiano. Portable emphasized the importance of valuing Nigeria’s genre and suggested that sticking to Afrobeats would enhance Nigeria’s chances of winning international awards. He referenced the evolution of music styles, mentioning the prevalence of shaku shaku before the emergence of Amapiano. Portable asserted that Amapiano belongs to South Africans and cautioned that pursuing it wouldn’t lead Nigerians to Grammy success.

Some comments from social media users:

@lappoosky: “Even when Tyla won the award, they still played a Fela song.”

@Macy_Macy0: “After South Africa and Nigeria play, then we’ll decide this one.”

@Mahasmaan: “Brother, unlike Nigerians, South Africans don’t try to claim or imitate Afrobeats, we consume them raw. Nigerians are suffering from main character syndrome, you wouldn’t stand watching an SA genre shine!”

Here are some additional comments:

@HappinessUgboma: “It’s true what Portable said. We don’t value our Afrobeats, yet we want to use it to win a Grammy. It’s impossible. But when we use our own, it will go a long way and stand tall.”

@MaziLeeTweets: “I’ve been suggesting this: let’s leave Amapiano to them and focus on our Afrobeats. Nigerian producers should return to the drawing board and create fresh, distinctive sounds. I have confidence in SARS on this matter.”

@Sami011y: “The funny part is Amapiano isn’t the popular genre in SA. House music is more popular than Amapiano. Amapiano was just a smoke screen to generate attention for SA music! West Africans must stick to our Afrobeats because we sound very funny doing Amapiano!”

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Tacha recently revealed, “If it wasn’t for the fact that Beyoncé is Beyoncé, I would place Burna Boy above Beyoncé, because nobody performs better than Burna Boy.”

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Anita Natacha Akide, widely known as Symply Tacha, a reality TV star, media personality, and entrepreneur, recently compared the stage performance of Nigerian musician Burna Boy to that of international artist Beyoncé and others.

In a social media post, she remarked, “If it wasn’t that Beyoncé is Beyoncé, I really would place Burna Boy above Beyoncé, because nobody performs better than Burna Boy.” Tacha’s statement attracted attention, with some individuals expressing agreement for the first time with her views.

In the video, Tacha lauds Burna Boy’s stage presence over Beyoncé’s, emphasizing his international stature and discouraging comparisons with Nigerian artists.

Her remarks sparked reactions, with comments such as:

@og_laviish: “The only thing this girl has ever said that makes sense in her life, swear.”

@Seyi_theVibez: “Her first win ever, damn, is her sense coming back???”

@quin_yara: “First sensible talk by Tacha.”

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