Host of Music Plus on Kessben TV, Nana Osei-Kese, affectionately called Mr. Bonez believes Zylofon Music record label signees had their worse night mere in Nigeria as a result of the loop holes in their record label.
Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Becca, Kumi Guitar and Obibini had their worse night in Nigeria, when they came face to face with their fellow Nigerian art, 2Baba, Patoranking, M.I, Phyno, Olamide, Ycee, Tekno and Niniola.
There have been various calls for Dj’s to raise red flags on Nigerian songs and promote Ghanaian songs, which was evident few days ago, when fans and followers of award winning rapper, Sarkodie showed their disgust when the artiste promoted a song by the other half of the defunct P Square group, Mr. p.
A lot of people believe the unexpected happened because Ghanaian artiste fail to promote their songs in Nigeria, with the Nigerian population knowing a few Ghanaian artiste.
Someone who considers otherwise is Mr. Bones, who believes from his experience, the event flopped because people assigned to research failed to research on the kind of songs from Ghana Nigerians groove to: “it does work like magic, you need to put in a lot of work, and is not just about talking”
“Normally, I say that there are some loop holes they (Zylofon music record) have to fill in, if there are some people who are not doing their work well, get them to work because you pay them, and they are supposed to do what they are paid to do, researches and all that”
“Nana Appiah Mensah shouldn’t be wasting his money like that, because the more he invest and he is not getting returns on it, it makes the work difficult for him”
“This is an industry that we have receive a lot of backlash, a lot of pull him down attitude and all that and if somebody from nowhere, the messiah steps in to invest huge sums of money on events and it turns out this way, so what was the benefit?” He said
The event was dubbed “Naija invasion”, which came off at the Eko Lounge in Lagos, the event was organized by state of mind entertainment, and saw audience in the packed auditorium showing no affection to the Ghanaian artiste who performed on the night.