97% Of Nigerian Songs Have No Meaning – OAP, Lolo || WATCH

Posted by Oluwatobi Ibironke on October 17, 2017 in News · 3 Comments


Popular comedian, radio personality and star of the popular Jenifa’s diary comedy series, Lolo has made a statement that is most likely not going to sit well with a lot of Nigerian music lovers. The multi-talented entertainer said that most Nigerian songs have no meaning.

In an interview with Hip TV, she said as much as 97% of the songs being circulated in Nigeria are basically for amusement and fun, with no concrete meaning. Lolo compared the trend in the industry today to what she seems to consider the heydays when the likes of Sunny Ade, Evangelist Ebenezer Obey were making great and meaningful music.

Her statement is likely to cause controversy, as a lot of fans would argue that some artistes still make meaningful music today. What do you think about her statement?

Watch the video and share your thoughts below.



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3 total comments on this postSubmit yours
  1. The one that has meaning has it decrease the price of garri in the market??. Abeg leave our artists alone, we are really enjoying them now.

  2. She’s definitely right. Mediocrity rules these days

  3. True that!


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