Real Talk: Why many Nigerian female artistes are yet to be famous

This episode of Real Talk discusses the struggles of Nigerian female artistes, and why it takes them a longer time to attain a significant height of fame, compared to the men.

It’s no more news that the Nigerian music industry is dominated by the male folks, making the females work twice as hard before the get recognized.

This episode of Real Talk discusses the struggles of Nigerian female artistes, and why it takes them a longer time to attain a significant height of fame.

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The host, Nicole and her guests from the music industry, explore every side of this controversial topic. Fast rising singer & songwriter, Falana, Country Manager for Universal Music Group, West Africa, Ezegozie Eze, and sensational singer and songwriter, Niniola, expressed their opinions on the topic, garnering from their personal experiences.

While there’s this cultural sentiment attached to Nigerian women in music and how they expose their body, one of the commentators from the street polls says female artistes need to show off their skin a little more as a marketing strategy. Do you agree with this train of thought? Join the conversation.

Watch this interesting episode of Real Talk on Ndani TV 

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