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How Our "Christian" Parents Kill Good Music But Pay Deaf Ear To Trash by Nobody: 5:29pm On Sep 07, 2012
It's no longer news that musical genres like highlife, reggae, and those like: juju, were, asiko, apala, adama, fuji, etc popular among Yoruba artiste are fast losing relevance even among youths who still see them as having substance when laid side by side the rubbish called jamz. This is largely because of our "christian" parents, siblings and relations whom when they here us play songs of people like: Orlando Owoh, Ralph Amarabem, Osita Osadebe, Oliver De Coque, Sikiru Ayinde, KSA, Rex Lawson, Victor Olaiya, etc say they don't give glory to God. Is it because traditional musical instruments are used (These "christians" see our tradition as being devilish)? Yet these "christians" see nothing wrong in the songs of Lara George, Keffy and Kennis Saint Brown in which Lord of Ajasa, Timaya, Terry 'G', etc are featured

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