Nigerian music doesn’t have structure – Fireboy

Nigerian music doesn’t have structure – Fireboy

Fireboy, the well-known Nigerian singer Adedamola Adefolahan, has recently voiced his perspective on the current condition of the music industry.

The gifted artist has pointed out the absence of structure within Nigerian music, which poses difficulties in creating meaningful and unified artistic works for artists and also prevents international fans from attending Arena shows in the country.

Fireboy asserts that despite the perfection of Nigerian music, the absence of organization hinders the tour experience within the country.

He said:

“Everyone is saying ‘Afrobeats to the world.’ The music is perfect. But there is no structure.

The [foreign] fans are listening [to our music] but when are they going to come to Lagos and watch us perform? When are we going to have arenas in Lagos where we can bring people from all around the world? You know, it [structure] will make everything just easier.”

When asked whether he believed Nigerian fans will be able to afford arena performances, he said:

“Yeah, they will. We already are.

We just need to give people the incentive to pay. If you build a proper arena in Lagos, people would want to pay [gatefees] because they know that they are safe.”

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