Quite a lot of Nigerian artistes have come out to talk in opposition to their colleagues who use “streaming farms” to spice up their songs.
It started with Ruger and Buju Benson going at one another on Twitter.
Throughout the Twitter spat, Benson stated there are streaming farms in Nigeria now the place document label bosses pay cash to get their artistes’ songs up on music charts, thereby giving them an edge over artistes who depend on natural streams.
His tweet appeared to resonate with different artists and so they have now joined him to talk in opposition to streaming farms.
Olakira weighed in, writing:
“And In case you no dey pay these streaming farms, one man from abule agba go borrow knowledge come on-line discuss say you fall off.”
“Y’all ruining the business for real hustlers, Judgement day dey come.”
“All of you using streaming farms could be uncovered quickly. Awon hushpuppi.”
Yemi Alade quote-tweeted BlaqBonez’ tweet and added:
“By no means noticed a ‘realler’ tweet! Any individual pls body this tweet for me. I wish to cling it on my wall.”
BlaqBonez wrote in one other tweet:
“It’s really so painful say u go hustle, push your shit, some niggas go simply use cash purchase the charts. identical males go come out give God credit score. Lmao proceed.”