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Nigerian music doesn’t have structure – Fireboy

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Nigerian music doesn’t have structure – Fireboy

Popular Nigerian singer Adedamola Adefolahan, known as Fireboy DML, recently shed light on why Nigerian artists tend to tour abroad rather than within the country, despite their global success in filling arenas.

In a candid conversation on Cool FM Nigeria with host Kayode Oladotun, Fireboy emphasized the lack of infrastructure and structural organization within the Nigerian music scene as a barrier to touring locally.

He expressed that while Nigerian music enjoys international acclaim, the absence of a robust structure makes it challenging to stage performances within the country. Fireboy stressed the need for arenas in Lagos that can attract fans from across the globe, highlighting how a well-established infrastructure could streamline the process.

Responding to concerns about whether Nigerian fans can afford arena shows, Fireboy was optimistic, affirming that they already demonstrate their willingness to pay. He suggested that creating a safe and appealing environment within proper arenas in Lagos would incentivize fans to support such events.

Fireboy’s insights shed light on the underlying complexities within the Nigerian music industry, emphasizing the necessity for a more structured framework to facilitate local tours and elevate the country’s music scene.

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