Young musicians must headline major concerts— Mr Eazi 

Young musicians must headline major concerts— Mr Eazi 

Nigerian singer Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, known by his stage name Mr Eazi has expressed the need for event organisers to bill up-and-coming artists in major shows.

According to him, it was the surest way to build talents and immensely contribute to growth and development of young musicians in the industry.

Speaking in a media interview on means to groom young talents, Mr Eazi said considering the exorbitant fees charged by top-tier artists, it would be wise for them to allow young artists to take the spotlight and help manage the costs associated with organising concerts.

He stressed the need for event organizers to manage and promote F-list artists to become D and C artists within a year by billing them to perform at festivals, community concerts and other popular concerts for A-list musicians.

“Right now if you are a promoter and you can’t afford A, B or C artistes, you can book D, E or F artistes because you can go to a radio station for them to play the songs of those artistes since they don’t have a popularity for people to be familiar with their songs, so that by December the concert would be held, they would gain attention by then,” Mr Eazi said.

Ensuring up-and-coming or the F-list and D-list artists receive adequate media exposure prior to the event, he stated would not only help establish their brand but also garner the attention they rightfully deserve when the show finally takes place.

Mr Eazi sharing valuable insights on how promoters could effectively groom underground artists emphasized that enabling them to confidently headline major musical concerts without solely relying on A-list performers was the surest way to hone and develop talents for the future.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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