- Nigerian afropop singer has disclosed why most reality TV stars do not become famous in the music industry
- He stated that most contestants do not plan on becoming famous after the show
Iyanya, popular Nigerian singer and former winner of reality TV show project fame, has shared his thoughts on why most reality TV show winners fail to succeed in the music industry.
According to the singer, most reality show contestants do not plan to become famous after winning the game.
Iyanya stated that those that finally succeed are typically those who came to the platform with the purpose of being renowned and relevant.
“Obviously, most people who win these reality shows don’t have any plans of being famous or anything. It just happened to them. Yeah, he has a nice voice, tried it and he won.
“So, I believe that the people who go further are the people who prayed for that platform. And they finally got it and they are like, ‘I’m not going back from here.’ That is how I look at it.”
In another story, reactions Singer Iyanya Sparks Reactions As He Discloses The Kind Of People In Music Industry (Reactions)
WITHIN NIGERIA reports that Iyanya took to Twitter to share his thoughts about the fake lifestyle with his colleagues.
When people use the phrase “my blood,” the singer says they should be concerned or question their colleagues.
According to Iyanya, many of his colleagues say things they don’t mean, and there are far too many con artists in the music industry.
“If anybody calls you “my blood” in this industry, ask him red or white blood lol. Y’all say what you don’t mean. Too many fake people in this game”.
While some agreed with Iyanya, saying that fake people are not only found in the music industry, others questioned him about issues with his former record label. See reactions here..