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Nigerian Music: Old Skool Vs New Skool by Mortiple(m): 4:36pm On Feb 27, 2008
NIGERIAN MUSIC: OLD SKOOL VS NEW SKOOL

In terms of:
(1) Local and International acceptability (i.e. popularity).
(2) Message (i.e. content) of the music.
(3) Financial Reward, etc
[b]

Old Skool or New Skool? Who do you give it to?

Roll Call

Old Skool:– Fela Kuti, Celestine Ukwu, Jim Rex Lawson, Chief Osita Osadebe, Haruna Ishola, Ayinla Omowura, Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade, Sir Victor Uwaifo, Sir Victor Olaiya, Oliver De Coque, Orlando Owoh, Peacock Int’l Guitar Band, Oriental Brothers, Ayinde Barrister, etc.

New Skool:- Femi Kuti, Majek Fashek, Lagbaja, Tuface Idibia, D’banj, P-Square, Pasuma Wonder, Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, Asa, Style Plus, Idris Abdulkareem, Face, Mode 9,Weird MC, Ruggedman, 9ice, Freestyle, etc.


For me, the winner: Old Skool.

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