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READ: Fuji Icon, Ayinla Condemns Portable’s Zazu Says Is A Song Style He Released In 1981

The popular Nigerian Fuji Musician, General Kollington Ayinla mocked the contents of songs rampaging the society especially among youths in recent times.

In an interview with the legendary Fuji singer, cited Portable’s the Zazu as a case study. Ayinla disclosed that the musician don’t care about the lyrical content anymore and lessons that people ought to learn, despite this music lover still applaud the street songs.

However, Ayinla stated that songs like ‘Zazu’ ought not to be played at all on the radio station or even television station following it trends in the society.

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Adding that, Portable’s Zazu is a song adaptating to his music in 1981 classic song which he released‘ Zaa Zazu’ before the Portable’s zazu zeh.

The Fuji legendary furthered that songs that are released this days really lacks good lyrical content, adding that it is hardly the fault of the singers, as Nigerians just want to dance.

According to him, he said “Such songs with nothing to better a lot of the youths ought not to be played on the radio or on TV.

“But nowadays it is all about melody and street madness and not music that will last and impact on the society.”

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“He (Portable) sang ‘Zazu’- a song style I released in 1981.”

The Fuji legendary lastly urged the Nigerian singers to create meaningful contents so as to improve the society as a whole.

He added ” Musicians don’t care about the lyrics of their music anymore and the lessons that people ought to learn from their songs. In lyrics like Ori e o Foka sibe, someone called himself Were Olorin (referring to Portable).

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“He said in his song, ‘Were Adugbo wo ilu o’ meaning the mad man of the streets has come o. And unfortunately, people are dancing to it. Are they improving the community or they are adding to the problems?” Legend Fuji general stated



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