Blackface, a former member of a music group, Plantashun Boiz, has blamed on-air personalities for not playing his songs – which he tags socially conscious.
The singer told Punch that radio presenters that include Daddy Freeze will ignore his songs but play other songs that are of no national benefit.
“The so-called big OAPs like Freeze, who is always talking about pastors, are on the radio but they are not doing anything to push socially conscious songs that preach a message. But if Tekno sings a ‘Jogodo’, they will gladly play it. Their nonchalant attitude would destroy a lot of things and only bring more chaos,” he said.
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I don’t need Tuface to push my songs – Blackface
Blackface has again shaded Tuface Idibia, a fellow member of the defunct music group, Plantashun Boiz, saying he doesn’t need him to push his songs.
Reacting to why his songs haven’t been getting airplay as he desires, Blackface said: “I did a song which preaches against the killings but radio stations would not play it because I am in their bad books. Simply because I said some people stole my songs, that is why they placed me in their bad books. I know there is a plan against me. I am an independent musician and I do not need Tuface to push my music. If I release a song titled, ‘Stop the killings,’ and the radio big boys do not play it, only a few people would listen to the message I am preaching which is of national benefit.”
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Wizkid jacked my song – Blackface
Blackface has called out Wizkid for allegedly jacking his song without permission. In his chat with Punch, the singer said younger artists fail to seek older artists’ permission before replicating their songs.
He said: “I have always advised the younger artists to seek the permission of older artistes before they use their songs but no one listened. Wizkid took my song, ‘Whine it,’ sang it with Banky W and put it on his album, ‘Starboy.’ That same song is on my album, ‘Dancehall business.’ When I raised the alarm, the whole media kicked against me and they stopped playing my music. Yet they say I am the bad one. How long would they keep sabotaging me?”