Huddah Monroe takes on Nigerian artists over support on fellow African artists

Huddah Monroe takes on Nigerian artists over support on fellow African artists

Huddah has joined the kick Nigeria songs out of Kenya band wagon. She took to her Instagram story and wrote that Nigerian artists will not support any African artist’s music, unless the song is a collaboration between one of them and another African artist.

She added that other African artists have to pay a lot of money, to collaborate with any Nigerian artist and because of that other African countries should stop playing Nigerian music completely.

Huddah’s post read:

“Nigerians don’t even listen and support other African artists’ music unless it’s collaboration which artists from other countries pay so much for them to be in their songs. We the rest of Africa should just boycott. Be your brother’s keeper!”

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On another post she hinted that she has moved on to listening to Latina music.

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Nyashinski is also known to detest the Nigerian music craze in Kenya. He even joked that when he came back to Kenya from the states he thought Kenya was Nigeria.

His hit Now You Know is probably on every hip-hop fan’s playlist, Nyashinski talks about Naija Night Nairobi in his lyrics, the pain that every Kenyan musician has had to silently accept and only whisper and rumble about.

He hopes Kenyans will learn to appreciate their own music and focus at building the Kenyan music industry.

Sauti Sol’s Bien, once told Kenyans that they got what they deserved after they went on social media complaining about Tekno’s poor performance at his Wave concert. Further driving the point home that Kenyans are giving Nigerian music way too much attention.

“Kenyans have once again taken to social media to rant about Tekno. ???????????? Camp Mulla makes a comeback and instead of that being the main attraction it’s Tekno!!!!! You really deserve what happened to you last night ????????????????????.”

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