American Grammy Winner, Yung Bleu Searches For Nigerian Artiste to Sign

American rapper, Yung Bleu has begged the internet community to help him get a talented Nigerian artist to sign to his record label in a post he shared hours ago on Twitter.

The ‘You’re Mines Still’ crooner shared his tweet on Thursday and asked social media users to help him locate the lucky musician to be signed. He tweeted; ”I wanna sign a Nigerian artist tag one Up pointing index let me check em out”

Meanwhile, he revealed that some Nigerian artistes’ recently visited his studio to record and he produced a track. ”Making a beat for this Nigerian artist it’s crazy they all standing at the mic at the same time they built different they mean business”, he wrote.

Yung Bleu, born Jeremy Biddle, is an American rapper and singer. He is best known for his 2020 single “You’re Mines Still”, which peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 after it was remixed by Drake.

 

Away from that, veteran actor Kanayo O. Kanayo has reacted to reports that Nollywood is responsible for the upsurge in ritual killings that have engulfed the country.

Music executive Samklef further reinforced this widely held belief recently by saying Nollywood is the reason why young boys of today are involved in ritual killing so as to make money. He wrote on Twitter:

Igbo Nollywood, English and Yoruba movies are the reasons why a lot of young boys are doing r ituals. They keep promoting fetish stuff in all their movies. Nigerian movie producers can do better, Everything must not be based on Juju and religion.

However, Kanayo O. Kanayo has vehemently disagreed. The actor who himself has gained notoriety for interpreting the role of occultism and ritualist in movies eloquently defined the situation in a video clip he shared on his Instagram page.

Author: Savage

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