Marlian music boss, Naira Marley is inarguably one of the hottest artistes in Nigeria. The Yoruba indigenous has made a clear statement in the industry.
Naira Marely rose to prominence in 2018 and have since then been on the ladder to a wider audience. He has amassed outrageous numbers and performed in front of a huge audience.
Despite recording one of the most talked about performances in Starboy Fest 2019 at the O2, there are concerns that the indigenous rapper will fade away in 2020.
The Marlian music boss, Naira Marley rose to prominence after willfully dropping a song titled ‘Issa Goal’ in support of the super eagles world cup dream. He rose to become one of the biggest stars in the continent after his controversies with the feds EFCC over credit card fraud allegations. His 2019 single ‘Soapy’ after his release from prison further made him famous, making him the most controversial artistes in the industry.
Despite stealing the industry last year and launching his own record label his year, Naira Marley’s fame is on the decline. Most music critics and fans believe the marlian music president will fade away in 2020.
Here is one major reason the Naira Marley brand and Lamba sound could fade away in 2020.
Naira Marley now dwelled on these controversies to build his career. One major reason he could fade off is because the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t give room for any kind of controversy. This is definitely going to weigh down his career as most of his fans appreciate his lamba sounds beause of how naughty and controversial his lyrics are.
His consistent use of his producer friend, Rexxie could contribute to his inabilty to diversify.
It’s true the lamba sound is giving Naira Marley the hits for the now, but building his whole career around lamba and controversies is deadly. It could be the end of his career once people get tired of hearing the same sound. This was the case of Lil Kesh.
ARTICLE BY DAT KULGEE
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