Fireboy hopes for change in Nigeria

Fireboy hopes for change in Nigeria

Nigerian recording artiste, Fireboy has taken to social media to call upon the government to help curb the rate at which youths in Nigeria are dying.


He stated that too many young people with dreams and aspiration are dying.


The Yahoo Boy No Laptop singer expressed concern over the state of things in the country.


The singer in a tweet he shared, stated that he is hoping the change everyone wants in the country comes soon enough.


He added that too many young dreams are dying.


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Fireboy tweeted;

“I hope the change we want in this country comes soon enough. it’s really a jungle out here. too many young dreams dying.”


In other news, VJ Adams has explained how budding artistes can make money from their music career.


He explained this on his social media platform, Twitter on Sunday.


VJ Adams offered insight on the future of making money from music via his official Twitter account.


The ace broadcaster and musician shared that music artists would have to learn how to directly sell their songs to those who actually want them.


This, according to the ‘Gbemisoke’ crooner, is the simplest and fastest way to make money from being a recording artist.


Here is what he wrote:

“If u can sell Your music to 2000 people directly at 500 Naira each You would be making 1m.

This will be the future for a lot of people.. Sell directly to the people that care..”



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