The rapper clamoured for an end to piracy.
Award-winning musician, Mr Raw, formerly known as N.I.G.G.A Raw, has called for a more efficient structure in the Nigerian music industry.
The singer, an active player in the music industry for 13 years, said this on Thursday during a chat on Magic FM Aba.
Lambasting the current structure of the Nigerian music industry, he sought for greater accountability, the end of piracy, as well as the entrenchment of such measures that would fully validate artistes’ professional offerings.
According to the rapper, the lack of a credible structure in the Nigerian music industry has long been a bane to the development of the sector. He, however, added that it was refreshing to see more artistes coming out to identify the problems and proffer viable solutions through their art and various discussions.
Mr Raw shared his thoughts when he and fellow artiste, Timaya, visited the radio station ahead of their performance on the fifth leg of the ongoing Star Music Trek concert at the Recreation Club, Aba.
The performance was attended by thousands at the Aba club on Sunday.
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