Naira Marley Reveals He Will Feature Most Cameroonian Artists And Teach Them How To Love When He Comes To CameroonNkafu 237 | 24.01.2021 | 0 | 237 INSIDER with Kampii , Trending
Nigerian talented Singer and Song Writer, Naira Marley has taken to social media to reveal that when he comes to Cameroon, he will feature most Cameroonian artists and teach them how to love because he believes it is important for artists to help each other grow. Naira Marley Reveals He Will Feature Most Cameroonian Artists And Teach Them How To Love When He Comes To Cameroon.
He tweeted: “When I go to Cameroon, I’m gonna feature most of the artist there, we can help each other grow and also I’ll teach them how to love. I love Cameroon though.”
Naira Marley is set to visit the city of Buea in the South West region of Cameroon on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021, for a grand concert organized by Cliq Empire. The show will also bring together some Cameroonian artists including Mic Monsta, Fhish, Askia, Rich Khasino, Show Yoh, and Taron X.
While some music lovers in Cameroon have applauded Naira Marley’s intention to feature Cameroonian artistes and teach them how to love, others have simply questioned why the controversial Superstar thinks love is absent among Cameroonian artists and better still, shouldn’t he start by instilling love in the music industry back in his own home country?
Naira Marley is coming to Cameroon at a time when there has been a growing debate on the ban of foreign music, particularly Nigerian music, and foreign artists from performing in Cameroon. Some Cameroonian music lovers have even threatened to stop the show from holding or ensure that it is boycotted by Cameroonians. Cameroonian artists are however not speaking in one voice when it comes to whether it is a good idea for foreign music to be banned or not. That has raised a lot of dust on its own. And then recently, the Cameroonian social media space has been buzzing since one of Cameroon’s finest singers, Tzy Panchak on a Facebook live session said he is a bigger artist, compared to Naira Marley.
Apparently, all these haven’t gone unnoticed to Naira Marley. So perhaps that is why he thinks love and unity need to be instilled in the Cameroon music industry.