There were some situations in the Nigerian music industry in 2015 that made the tabloids because they were CONTROVERSIES. To bring one into remembrance is to talk about the 2015 Headies event that made Olamide, Abule Sowo crooner, burst out on stage and on Twitter, saying things against the SMD boss and producer, Don Jazzy.


This year, 2016, there were some situations that we, at, thought would have been big controversies but weren’t (surprisingly)…

Some of them are:

  1. SOFT WORK by Falz The Bahd Guy
    We all know about Folarin Falana aka Falz. He’s that fun-loving, young Nigerian, son of a renowned lawyer in Lagos, Nigeria (Femi Falana), a lawyer (himself too), with a great mind and vision.
    But, think of it, he was numero uno on the MTV Controversial Moments 2015 (MCM15) – involving his little issue with rapper, Vic O.
    This year, few months ago, Folarin (Falz) released a single titled ‘SOFT WORK’. A line in the third verse of the song said “Even real talents gan still need promo,
     If you fake your own death you fit still no blow“…

Are we the only one thinking if he might have been referring to the August 14, 2015 ‘death’ of Five-Star music act, Skiibii?

2. Ah Skiibii (remix) by Skiibii ft. Olamide
Olamide seemed to have listened to Falz’ Soft Work before the creation of the remix to ‘Ah Skiibii’
We all know Baddo Sneh to be a Don (no pun intended) when it comes to ditching out insults to people who cares to dare him.
For example, most of us read the diss lines he directed at Mavin boss, Don Jazzy, after the “Lil Kesh is our next rated” incident that happened at the last Headies.
Well, this should be a controversy but, as of now, it isn’t…
He dropped a line (maybe, in reply to Falz) in the remix of ‘Ah Skiibii’, also referring to Skiibii‘s ‘coming back to life‘ after he ‘died‘… The lines go:

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Translating that goes: “Baddo, Skiibii Skiibii # Skibii, Someone like Jesus # Jesus, son of God # Jesus that resurrected during Easter # Now, grow # Grow, Skiibii, Grow # Now, Grow # They said you won’t succeed, right? # This life is so funny

Was Olamide Baddo referring to Falz, the Bahd Guy?

We hope to find out…

  1. Pada (Panda Cover) by CDQ
    Desiigner made this hit trap song titled ‘PANDA‘. Then came Yung Carter (Ycee) with its cover. Then, we had Ola Dips cover called ‘PANDA’ too (pronounced ‘kpanda‘, meaning ‘fake‘), a parody of the title.
    As a lot of covers were made, suddenly, we had ‘PADA‘ (meaning “Go Back“) from General Records rapper, CDQ.

In the cover, he said some lines and they go: “Ycee, pada # Dremo, pada # Reminisce, pada # Vector, mo ni ko pada“.
We expected this to be a controversy, but well, we can wait, can’t we?

  1. Ariwo Ko by Adekunle Gold
    In the beautiful highlife album, GOLD by YBNL singer, Adekunle Gold were great songs with deep meanings. One of these songs is Ariwo Ko (meaning, ‘Not Noise’).
    Truth be told, if you’re born with a silver spoon and you’re acting nonchalantly towards the poor because of your wealth and position, remember “it’s not your choice to be born rich, but chance put you there”…
    That’s exactly what the YBNL artiste said.

captur-2Now, people of Nigeria and followers of good music are asking: is it Davido, the rich son of the rich Adeleke that Adekunle Gold was referring to?


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