If your child dances to any of these five songs, you must show concerns

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The Nigerian music industry is growing by the day. Take it or leave it, the industry is a money spinner.

According to the report in 2016, the Nigerian music industry was worth $40m (N11bn) in 2011 and $47m (N14bn) in 2015.

By 2020, this figure is expected to hit $86m (N27bn). Excellent.

However, there is danger. The negative influence of drug, sex and violence-preaching musics is eating deep into the morality of the industry.

More artistes are rising, with the idea that they can sing about anything, even if it lacks any positive message.

Some are subtle, while some are brazen. If your child happens to be in love with any of the brazen types, then you need to show urgent concerns.

Here are five of such songs that are supposed to be marked +18 Adults. If your child is listening to any of them, know that there’s fire on the mountain!

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1. Pass the Agbara by Skuki

2. O n p’oshe Kolad ft Xbrown

3. Agbalumo by Seriki

4. Dadubule by Skailey

5. Kileleyi by Zee World

 

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