Tuesday, April 12, 2016
When asked about the forceful stance and gritty message of the song, Cobhams says, “There’s a lot going on in Nigeria now. But because we love to be happy and dance and sing, sometimes some of these things don’t carry over into our music. But there’s much more to our lives than a nice beat or song. Artists hold the mic, which means we also have the power to address many of the key issues happening around us.”
Cobhams goes on to say, “We should stop being complicit, and hold our politicians, our pastors, our husbands and our wives accountable for the promises that they make. Let us be honorable because it’s the only way we can move forward.”
So while we enjoy our music and dancing, and may even laugh at Cobham’s Ibadan accent on this new track, he believes that if we must make music, let it have meaning because, “boosit is boosit!”
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