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Fast-rising Nigerian artiste, Olushola Babajide Aloba Bakare also known as Jydo, says Nigerians believe that once there is a good beat, it amounts to a good song. The Olabisi Onabanjo University graduate said artistes nowadays don’t do music the way it should be done despite having good producers to work with. According to Jydo, music is not all about cheap contents; it’s about having good lyrics that can stand the taste of time. “For instance, if you look into the music industry, people don’t seem to do what is known as music aside from having a good producer. But when it comes to content, I don’t believe music should be something that everybody will have to dance to or using cheap lyrics in your songs but it should be something that can be played in the next decades. “And there is this Nigerian mentality that once you have a good beat you have a good song. No, it shouldn’t be. Though good beat sells these days, but music is more than just the beat. I don’t see music as a way of making money because it’s better to do a song that can be played forever," he stated. Click the link below to go to... Pastor Daniel Olukoya Of MFM Bans Female Members From Wearing Trousers! TEJU BABY FACE TRADITIONAL WEDDING[VIDEO] Fight Erupts At MTN Project Fame Season 6 As 2 Contestants Physically Assault Each Other**'She Called Me A Goat'--Christian**'He insulted Me'--Sonia KSB Finally Wins War Against Don Jazzy, Wande Coal's 'Go Low' Music Video As It Gets NBC's Ban UK Government Bounces Davido MFM Fires 50 Pastors For Stealing Church Money
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