I never said we should stop playing Nigerian music on radio, I only asked for limited airplay – Fuse ODG (video)

I never said we should stop playing Nigerian music on radio, I only asked for limited airplay – Fuse ODG (video)

Ghanaian act, Fuse ODG has reacted to reports after he was quoted to have said  Ghanaian DJs should stop playing Nigerian music on radio stations and in clubs.

Recall that just some few days ago, Fuse ODG was reported to have begged the DJ’s in his country to limit the way at which they play Nigerian songs at events and outings they cater for, advising that they play more local songs.

His post read that DJ’s should promote more of the underground acts the country has as if Nigerians and the same opportunity they have, everyone knows what will happen.

The Ghanaian singer who claimed he will never ask for such, said all he asked for was limited airplay for Nigerian music so Ghanaian music can thrive.

He also alleged that there is a policy in Nigeria for radio stations to play 80% of Nigerian music, a move he claimed has helped in repackaging and increased sales of Nigerian music. Fuse ODG asked Ghanaians to learn from this to sell their music at world stage.

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