DJ Chicken informs client that he charges N100 million for mixtape

Controversial disc jockey and hypeman, DJ Chicken has left many in disbelief after he revealed the amount he charges for a mixtape.

A client reached out to him through Instagram and asked how much it would cost for him to do one and the DJ said his fee is N100 million.

DJ Chicken informs client that he charges N100 million for mixtape

DJ Chicken also informed the client that he would make sure whatever he produces goes viral after releasing it on digital platforms.

The unnamed social media who wanted the mixtape, apparently was surprised by Chicken’ charge as he shared screenshot of their chat.

The client wrote; “Egbon how much you do do mixtape for me?”

DJ Chicken responded; “100 m to viral everywhere ok”

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DJ Chicken informs client that he charges N100 million for mixtape

Meanwhile in another news…

Popular gospel musician, Dunsin Oyekan recently stirred reactions on social media with the revelation that he does not charge to perform at events.

He made the disclosure during a recent chat with content creator, Timi Agbaje who asked him if gospel musicians should charge for shows.

In response, Dunsin Oyekan stated that he doesn’t collect money for performance but that such decision depends on the consecration of the musician.

The Christian vocalist said that for some their consecration lets them charge; however, he doesn’t do so because of his own consecration. He stressed that despite the fact he doesn’t charge to perform at events, the Lord continues to bless him.

Furthermore, Timi Agbaje called Oyekan’s attention to how come secular musicians get into the right mood by getting high on alcohol and wondered what he does to be in the same mood.

Dunsin Oyekan explained that in accordance to the scripture, one is supposed to be in the spirit, and the best way to ‘get high’ is to pray in the Spirit and Holy Ghost, not drinking alcohol.

When asked if he charges, the gospel singer said; “Depends on what the Lord has told you, I call it ‘your consecration’. I believe there is a place for making sure that people are fine. My consecration demands that I don’t charge, but God blesses me.”