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|Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 6:54pm On Nov 14, 2006|
Hey peeps im a budding rock artist,
believe me its not my fault, when i sing what comes out sounds like a cross
between Beyonce and Avril Lavigne , most peeps tell me.im cut out for rock
i want to know if the future is bright or bleak for me
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by naijacutee(f): 12:18am On Nov 15, 2006|
I'm sure you'll get support, I for one am a strict rock over, if it's good, then you just might be the start of something big.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by candylips(m): 12:30am On Nov 15, 2006|
can you upload some of your demos for us to hear.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by BlackMamba(m): 2:48am On Nov 15, 2006|
The "future" of rock music in Naija is resting in peace under layers of dust on cracked vinyl records.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by samsick: 10:07am On Nov 15, 2006|
Believe in urself home boy and would make it big aiight! Roof Top Mcs re doing a lil'bit of rock and they re doing fine!Do it i gat ur back.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 3:41pm On Nov 15, 2006|
Gosh i really want to make this happen
i hvnt always loved rock just fell in love
with it like four years back,
PPle i need Support o!!!!
@candylips i wld upload later
@Blackmamba thnks for the support, lol
@Samsick, im a gurl not a boi! thnks for the positive feedback
The rooftop Mcs came to my school recently for an album launch
@Naijacutee, thnks sis i see i cld get some support!
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by IBEXY(m): 3:50pm On Nov 15, 2006|
target a wider audience.
rock is not very popular with the people in naija
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by LoverBwoy(m): 5:01pm On Nov 15, 2006|
why dont you try get in touch with other upcoming producers/music enthusiats on nairaland,
dont just let it die in you if you are really serious about it- do something
or is this just a hobby
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 6:56pm On Nov 15, 2006|
i am really serious about it been doing some
underground stuff in school, but hw wld i get to producers
ANY PRODUCER OUT THERE I NEED YOUR SUPPORT!!!
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by iice(f): 12:25pm On Nov 16, 2006|
@Gamine, am a rock fan and i wish you da best, its not gonna be easy but there are quite a few of us nigerians who enjoy rock music so you will not be lacking any fan if your music hits our hearts
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 12:51pm On Nov 16, 2006|
nice to hear, i think pple dnt want to admit they like rock, cos they are racist.
saying its white peoples music, but i believ it cuts across
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by magneto(m): 10:21am On Nov 17, 2006|
@gamine - i know just the producer u need gurl. this dude is like the best naija rock artiste i know, hit me up at, email@example.com
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by justkunmi(m): 4:10pm On Nov 17, 2006|
nice 2 know there is someone bold enough to do just rock in nigeria. i tell you, do it and u'll neva regret. i'm a sucker for rock music and i adore those artistes, jus name em. twould be a swell thing if someone can deliver the same stuff. jus do ur thin and i bet u,u mite even win those other people ova 2 rock music. just be original,
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by IBEXY(m): 1:35pm On Nov 19, 2006|
music is all about selling records
how many people enjoy rock music in naija.
u have to target the biggest audience.
i love rock when it plays on the telly or radio
but i can't see myself buying the cd
you can still do well in other areas and as a real musician you have to be versatile
if u can only do rock, then u need to improve further
a voice good for rock can as well do rap, highlife, raga, pop
If u still doubt me, ask yourself:
WHO ARE THE BEST SELLING NAIJA MUSICIANS FOR THE LAST 10 YRS.
WHAT BRAND OF MUSIC ARE THEY INTO ?
answer those questions, and u will know what am saying.
would you do what you like and have 100 dedicated fans or an unlimited fan base by singing what people want.
shine ya eye o
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 7:10pm On Nov 19, 2006|
i kno ill def mix rock with other stuff but for now
til will be Rock!!!
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by justkunmi(m): 12:39pm On Nov 20, 2006|
thats the spirit girl.
if wat u want to do is rock, pls ROCK ON.
because there are no rock musicians in naija makes it a fertile ground for u to start. u are a new artiste offering nigerians something new, ---i bet you, if u are original, u will see instant fame and reception.
i'll really love a nigerian rock artist, I listen to evanesence, avril, kelly clarkson, and all .twould be swell to see a nigerian offer wat they are offering,
ROCK ON GURL
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 8:16pm On Nov 20, 2006|
i will def Rock on, bt i wld like suggestions
on whut Nigerians feel best, as per music
i am more of christian and inspirational
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by justkunmi(m): 9:12pm On Nov 20, 2006|
depends on wat u really want. u can go the christain rock way like switchfoot. u an also play inspirational. it all depends on u.
but i think nigerians would first appreciate the slow rock kinda thing b4 anythin hard.-
b4 startin off, do a lil research on wat people would really like. but i think the slow inspirational rock tunes should come first.
really feelin u.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by iice(f): 4:51pm On Nov 21, 2006|
Most are into alternative/slow rock. Not many can handle heavy metal. Me am somewhere in the middle. But am crossing ma fingers for you might be the nigerian Fefe Dobson
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 8:29pm On Nov 21, 2006|
i dont even listen to heavy metal or goth
i will do the slow rock thingy* i really love switchfoot.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by justkunmi(m): 12:14pm On Nov 22, 2006|
have u spoke to anyone like producers or sponsors??
and when do u plan to come out?
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 12:32pm On Nov 22, 2006|
no i dont have one
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by gbadex1(m): 12:50pm On Nov 22, 2006|
if you're looking for producers, there's Jeremiah Gyang and Age Beeka, tho they both based in Jos and Abuja. And if u're for the kinda rock Coldplay do, maybe Cobhams would do. The Dude's got a flair for acoustics.
And if u want to go into Heavy Metal like Black Sabbath or Iron Maiden or Metallica, then i suggest u meet with my friend David, also known as His Royal Madness. Caution though. When coming, pls make u bring strait jackets, hypodermic needles, anti-depressants, sleep-inducing drugs, and also the emergency phone number for Yaba Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, incase he gets "fired up" and all looney.
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by justkunmi(m): 1:22pm On Nov 22, 2006|
don't scare the rock out of her.
u have to speak to someone who knows his onions bout this kind of stuff.
its kind of new in nigeria so not many people would have first hand info bout it.
just be careful because of fakes out there.
i'll be waitin 2 hear u rock, . . . . .
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by magneto(m): 6:35pm On Nov 22, 2006|
@gamine - u call the guy yet?
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 8:21pm On Nov 22, 2006|
Magneto u didnt give me any number
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by magneto(m): 9:50am On Nov 23, 2006|
Gamine are u sure bout that??
i got this mail from Brenda A. (firstname.lastname@example.org),
"yeah so whut do have for me
better be good or ill hit u upside your head, lol"
and i replied pronto. ok, don't worry i'll just forward my reply to your yahoo account aight.
*in between* u have a very pretty smile u know?
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 5:07pm On Nov 23, 2006|
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by gbadex1(m): 8:04pm On Nov 23, 2006|
*rolls eyes* awwwgh, puhleeez!! Hook-up alert!!
Hey gamine, u contacted my friend David yet?
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by magneto(m): 8:19am On Nov 24, 2006|
@gbade - , eat out ur heart son! lol!
@ Gamine - hey, i got dat kiss, chocolate flavoured (my favorite)
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by Gamine(f): 11:31am On Nov 24, 2006|
@Gbade.X u didnt giv me any contact??
@Magneto, it nice to kno u did but the one i sent was vanilla flavored
|Re: Future Of Rock Music In Nigeria by magneto(m): 2:57pm On Nov 26, 2006|
say whaaat!!! u sent that one too??, well whaddaya know, this must be my lucky week.
here's one for u too , *now guess the flavor*
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