ID Cabasa Weighs in on Conflict Between New Generation Artists and Nigerian Music Legends

ID Cabasa

ID Cabasa, the veteran record producer, also known as Olumide Ogunade, has weighed in on the ongoing conflict between new generation artists and industry legends in the Nigerian music scene.

The tension escalated when veteran singer Eedris Abdulkareem criticized Burna Boy for his remarks claiming that no Nigerian artist paved the way for him in the industry. This sparked a heated exchange on social media between the two, with emerging rapper OdumoduBlvck and other new artists siding with Burna Boy, while Jaywon and other veterans supported Abdulkareem.

In the latest episode of the ‘Afrobeats Podcast,’ ID Cabasa emphasized the importance of mutual understanding between the new generation artists and the veterans for peace to prevail in the industry. He stressed that both parties need to show respect and honor towards each other.

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Cabasa expressed, “The new guys need to respect the OGs. The OGs need to be more honorable. You are not competing against these guys. If you see yourself as a competition to these guys, what you’ve done is that you’ve mortgaged your honor.”

The producer called on music legends to offer support and encouragement to young artists instead of being overly critical of them.

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