• Nigerian singer Mr. Eazi listed Kenya and Gambia as favourite destinations for West Africans where they can easily earn big per show.
Pop Star Nadia Mukami has broken her silence over the ongoing debate that West African artistes earn much than local musicians when they come for concerts.
Nigerian singer Mr. Eazi listed Kenya and Gambia as favourite destinations for West Africans where they can easily earn big per show.
Mr. Eazi disclosed that the same artists cannot "jump on stage for a set” in Nigeria and make the same amount.
''East Africa is arguably the most receptive spot for music. In East Africa, they listen to hip-hop, they listen to their''
"Nobody is going to pay you $100,000 in Nigeria to do a show or even $60,000 to come and jump on stage for a set. But you can easily get that money by walking into Kenya or walking into the Gambia. local music, they also listen to music from the West of Africa, they listen to pop."
Well, responding to that, Nadia one of the top artistes in the country said it's all about how you bargain as an artiste.
"This week I have been reading Decoded by Jay- Z and Why I failed in the Music Business by Steve Grossman.
And I have a piece of advice to those who like to say so and so deserves more than the other:
In this life you do not get what you deserve or what you want, You get what you Negotiate for!!! Have a Blessed Night!!"