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Are Nigerian DJs Doing Enough? Watch a New Episode of “Facts Only With Osagie Alonge”

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Nigerian music is going global; Osagie Alonge takes a look at the disc jockey in Nigeria, detailing their successes and how they urgently need to grow their careers even bigger.

Watch below.

5 Comments

  1. @edDREAMZ

    June 21, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said…
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    Disadvantages of browsing with a Nokia E5……
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

  2. TonyTonero

    June 22, 2016 at 6:39 am

    Good job Osagz but I have to disagree with you on many fronts ; you cannot disassociate Jimmy Jatt from the pack because he has the most experience ; what has Jimmy done to take DJ’ing to the next level that other DJ’s can emulate ? What has DJ JIMMY JATT done internationally ????? Nothing ,o think he’s still the same just rebranded to Baba Baba … That’s all

    I think what I can clearly observe is the *copy copy* mentality of Nigerians ; I have to give it to DJ XCLUSIVE , he changed the face of DJing in Nigeria , he glamourised it , no one really cared about the DJS before he came ; he talks on radio ; he performs at shows and he is clean . He was the DJ IN THE SUIT ! I think other DJ’s stated copying after he released his album and so on and so forth . Everyone started copying ; see the trend as you have mentioned ….. The other DJs need to put Their thinking caps on pls

  3. Oloye

    June 22, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    Well, who has ‘niche creation’ or focus epp? Gbagbe oshi…

    The koko is cashing in and balling on them. Whatever it takes you to rake in as much cash today, let them do it! After the cash don boku, we can go back to creating a niche. How many people buy the alaba CDs again and few that do, buy for 80 naira!

    Dj Consequence, if you like dont get a record. Go follow Osagz advice. I saw him @ 5am this morning driving 1998 Honda Baby Boy . lmao

  4. hezekina pollutina

    June 22, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    smart guy, carry on!

  5. alloy

    June 22, 2016 at 2:28 pm

    Excuse me, please what’s up with the transcription? Is it an auto thing, errors, or flat out comedy? Osagie is well informed about the topic he’s talking about, Either he’s been following the industry or he did a proper in-depth research, any which ways, kudos. Abeg, remove the transcription.

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