I Came Into This Game When The Industry Had No Face – Blackface TrendyVoice

13 June 2016

I Came Into This Game When The Industry Had No Face – Blackface

Veteran artiste, Blackface, has taken to his
Instagram page to address some issues bothering on
his mind.

The 'Erima' crooner, addressed issues like song theft
from top artistes in the industry, favoritism by DJ's,
radio station and his new album.

According to Blackface:

I came into this game when the industry had no
face, with respect to all other musicians and melody
makers I listened to before I started creating mine, I
brought in the faces (you know there names
already ) that was going to create a spark in the
Nigerian music scene to make other youths know
that you can be whatever you set your heart out to
be with determination and hard work as nothing in
life is a handout.

The plantashun boiz was a dream that didn't
actually come to be as the dream was cut short as
we never went international even though our music
did and our style was embraced by so many music
lovers, but you all know the story.

Maybe, maybe someday me and my former
members might do a song or a project but that
remains for the gods to decide as it is as friends
have become foes in these times.

My journey has been the rough one and am glad for
all the tragedies I passed through over the past
years because that made me stronger and value life
more than I did initially when I had all the spotlight
on me and my crew Trybunalzworking and making
music day in day out for the fans.

We were in almost every club, stage, and anywhere
there was a live microphone and a DJ to give us
beats and we thrilled fans as that's what we did for
a living, entertain, until sabotage started by greedy
ones who will pay radio DJs not to play our music
because we were a threat to their music as even
their fans were jumping to 'AheadOfTheGame' and
they didn't like that.

Some so called pioneers in the radio and TV won't
play our music either because they were part of a so
called #Cabal but that hadn't changed anything as
this Rasta only became stronger while those they
support and adhere to their demands start to run
out of ideas and resort to stealing our old materials
from released albums and yet to be recorded songs
to make their own music so all along I been
competing with myself and the #saboteurs.

5 years with no album out I am back in their face
again Killah made dem think like…'ah ah I thought
we finished him already'… I laugh but the saga
must continue
The Album "Defender" is just around the corner
and dem don sing am before say
Somethingwanttohappen and thealbumDefender is

The Defender " will be sequel to Ghetto
Child (2007),Evergreen (2007), Jungle Fever, Me,
Musiq and I (2008),Dancehall Business (2010).

Blackface some months back, accused star boy,
Blackface, Wizkid, of stealing a song from him.

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