Nigerian artistes need to learn how to make music with depth – Ajebo Hustlers

Ajebo Hustlers has said there is an urgent need for Nigerian artistes to learn how to make great music with depth.

The Nigerian music duo, comprising Knowledge and Piego, said some of their colleagues lack perspective, so they should take some points from Omah Lay.

Ajebo Hustlers gave the advice via Twitter while pointing out that most of the artistes lack what to talk about in theor songs.

Nigerian artistes need to learn how to make music with depth - Ajebo Hustlers

They, however, admitted that some talented artists are “dumbing down” their creativity to appeal to fans because the fanbase loves mediocrity.

The post reads; “Y’all need to learn how to make great music with depth!! Learn from Omah Lay!! Ask yourself..what will Omah lay say if he hopped on this record!!! Cause y’all lack perspective!!

Y’all absolutely lack what to talk about and that sh!t boring as hell!!. Real artistes are trying to dvmb down to gain relevance!!! Cause Na mediocrity una love”.

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported last year that Ajebo Hustlers argued in defence of Grammy-winning singer, Burna Boy’s controversial statement that Afrobeats lacks lyrical “substance.”

Damini Ogulu professionally known as Burna Boy riled up social media after he said in an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, that 90 percent of Afrobeat songs which is mostly domiciled in Nigeria “lack substance and real-life experience”.

The self-proclaimed African Giant who noted that the genre is “literally nothing” spoke about the need for artistes to embody real-life experiences of their songs.

Reacting via Twitter, Ajebo Hustlers said the ‘Last Last’ crooner was saying the bitter truth which would not change no matter how offended people are

They tweeted: “Be mad at Burna all you want!! Still don’t change the fact that half y’all favs make music with no substance. Tbh [to be honest] that’s absolutely fair cause this is entertainment at the end of the day. But he’s saying the bitter truth.”