Award winning Nigerian rapper, Owoh Chimaobi Chrismathner, professionally known by his stage name, Zoro – has lambasted radio stations in Southeast over their inability to support music artists in the region.
Zoro, an indigenous rapper who hails from Onitsha, Anambra State – in a series of Tweets said his new song featuring Phyno was air-played by Radio Stations in Lagos, even as he is yet to notify the station to play his song.
The – Achikolo – crooner said unlike radio stations in the East that always wait for an artist to send in their songs and give them kickback, before they could air-play it, their counterparts in Lagos help artists even when they barely know them by playing their songs.
So the first radio to jump on the new ZORO and PHYNO record is LASU radio,
LAGOS state university radio 👏🏿❤️ and I don’t know nobody there oo ,for a zoro and phyno record ? Heard some my people in the east were waiting for me to send it to them by myself and sort them.🤣
— Zeebeibe (@ZoroSwagbag) February 8, 2022
“So the first radio to jump on the new ZORO and PHYNO record is LASU radio, LAGOS state university radio and I don’t know nobody there oo, for a zoro and phyno record ? Heard some my people in the east were waiting for me to send it to them by myself and sort them.
“It’s funny how they’d jump on the conversations of how A did not support b how there isn’t enough energy / synergy in the east and in the little way they can be exemplary they make you proud discussing how much and how we can better entertainment/support in the east with me then go behind me do and chat crap, if you’re gonna be like that with Z keep the same energy from A.
“And to the few good ones supporting all of us without expectations (the real real ones) especially ones wey we never meet or give anything God bless y’all so much and na Una I wan to dey send now! I wish everybody well.