Thursday, 20 December 2018

REVIEW: Why the NBC should ban Lil Kesh and Olamide's new song, Logo Benz

I honestly never thought a day will come where I will have to write a music review calling on the Nigerian Broadcast Commission to ban song.
Yes I have written numerous reviews about how wack or bad a song is but this Lil Kesh ft. Olamide's song titled Logo Benz, isn't just a bad song, it is a song that shouldn't even see the light of day, a song that is a bad influence to the youth and sends a bad message to the society at large.

We know some artiste have been found guilty of promoting indecency in their songs like glorifying internet fraudsters and motivating them in a coded way but Logo Benz is way out of line, there are some certain lines you don't just cross with your music, like promoting blood money or should I say money rituals.

Yes we know the internet is full of story of alleged yahoo boys and ritualist using female undies for money rituals but it make no sense at all for artistes in their right mind to go ahead and sing a song promoting such art, which is what Lil Kesh and Olamide did on this song.

What makes it worst for me is the fact that they used the same beat as Able God (by Chinko Ekun ft. Zlatan ibile x Lil Kesh), I mean what in hell where they thinking, to be honest I don't think they were thinking at all. Let's even say Lil Kesh is struggling to revive his career, what exactly was Olamide trying to do?. He is not just a musician but  a role model to millions of Nigerian youths and not to forget, a father too. Will he be happy if his son is saying "if money no enter I go do blood money?".

Let me just end this here by calling on NBC to please ban this song before it's too late and probably fine both of them and even all radio stations should not even play this song. If possible it should be taken down from all music site, this is a total embarrassment to the music industry.


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