Reminisce has finally made a remark on the Ban on his Hit Single – ‘Tesojue‘ by the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission.
Speaking recently to Punch, The Local Rapper explained that the bank does not in any way affect his career. He also suggested that the NBC should hire people who understand the Industry.
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In his words:
“I think NBC should try to hire people that understand the industry because abroad, they also have these laws but once the radio version is clean, they do not disturb the artistes.
They should create a screening board that would check our works and inform us of the ones they feel are not for public consumption.
“It is not fair that they make us go through the process of creating a hit song, and shooting the video with millions and they later tell us the song is banned.
What have they been doing since? They should consider us too because we spend a lot of money putting these works together.
As for me, it has minimal effects but I am sure that there are a lot of people out there that it really affects.
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He also added that, ‘The ban on my song, Tesojue, actually makes little or no difference. The song was released last year and it enjoyed airplay towards the end of last year and early this year. I am not someone who often goes to a radio station with my songs, so the effect is very minimal.
‘Although it is very disappointing, it has little or no effect on my career or creative flow…But whenever I submit my songs to radio stations, I make sure they are clean. For those that are not clean, I make sure I re-record them and edit the vulgar part for public consumption on the radio,’he said.
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