Should Cameroon ban Nigerian music? | Pulse Facts Only

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On the 14th of February, Nigerian rapper and singer, Naira Marley was slated to have a Valentine’s Day concert in Cameroon but the concert, however, got canceled not once but twice. According to the show promoter, Prince Enobi, the event which was initially scheduled to hold in the Buea region was moved to Limbe but was unable to hold due to refusal from local authorities.

Some Nigerians were of the opinion that the Naira Marley concert was cancelled twice due to jealousy on the part of Cameroonian entertainers who are displeased with the traction Nigerian music and musicians have in the country. Could this be true? Is there any merit to these complaints? Why do artists from other countries want Nigerian music to be banned? Are they alone in this? Why is Nigerian music so popular across the world right now? Watch and Listen to Music Journalist, Motolani Alake as he answers all of these questions.

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