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Is Nigerian Hip Hop Really Dying?

Posted by Temitope Delano on February 28, 2017 in News · 11 Comments

Rapper Yung6ix, in a new interview, has revealed that he is set on releasing a mixtape aimed at reviving Nigerian hip hop, which according to him is dying.

While speaking with Planet TV, the ‘ Let Me Know’ crooner, revealed he has taken it upon himself to revive the ailing hip hop scene as his new mixtape, set to drop soon, is the medicine for this.

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Nigerian Hip-Hop is Dying – Yung6ix

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Who agrees with Yung6ix, is Nigerian hip hop really dying?

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  1. if you think its dead…then check this track @ Joefizzy x Nakedy @

    • Baba you self you dead. You be perf

  2. i really think so… almost all our best rappers have joined the party jamz trend… like most recently, vector.. who just released shitty afro jam album.

  3. Its really dying for real and its way too commercial. I think we should focus more on the culture and lyrical contents of rappers rather than dancing aimlessly to every song and let’s not forget to always pay attention to underground artists especially the ones from the south. The west always use Yoruba which is kinda wack when being compared to English. Just saying my thoughts tho

  4. Yeah yung6ix right!

  5. yes it is dying bcos those in the hiphop category are busy beefing and hating each oda while other genres come together to organise concerts and make hits. if u feature a naija rapper all he wants to do is try to murder u 4getting that a collabo is meant to compliment each odas strength and make a good song. plus there is no annual hiphop show of any kind, no label supporting hiphop. the fact is its dead bt not buried sha

  6. real hip hop is almost dead. these days we only see commercial rappers succeed.

  7. Forget about hardcore rap, trap music is bringing it back, dont you feel it, its not dying bro, it is rising, but it has once fallen, i think diz iz da tym.

  8. Six just kept it straight.. Naija Hip-Hop is almost dead…

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