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THE TWITTER ARTIST

The act of twitting is cool but trust me the action known as reading tweets, is way cooler. When you tweet, you have less time to observe your timeline because you are struggling with your yellow bars and the replies but when you are just reading tweets, you have the opportunity to go through your timeline, enlarge avatars (by the way, enlarging avatars shows the person behind the tweets and for some CIA moves, try typing the names in Facebook. Lawd, you will be surprised when you see some of the full bodies of people with handles like @Slimsexytodiefor, @someonesweet, @Hawtamaka et al. That is another topic for another day.) And wonder why you are “following” some people in the first place.

As a Nigerian, with interest in Nigerian entertainment, following mostly Nigerians, my timeline is filled with people who claim to be models, stylist, designers, musicians, fans (read as praise singers) and the commoners-us. Reading tweets will help you figure out who is who and the role they play but the most interesting part of this group, are the TWITTER ARTISTS and their praise singers.

I know some of you may be thinking that the twitter artists are mostly upcoming musicians but the truth is that, the group covers the ‘Has been’, ‘Still relevant’, ‘the upcoming’ and ‘the never will be’ while the praise singers are everywhere on twitter like heat rashes on the back a homeless 4 year old boy in Gombe State.

On the numerous websites, blogs and music sharing platforms, new music are released everyday in Nigeria and these music or their download links immediately show up on twitter for people to download, share or praise. Once the twitter artistes tweets the link, the praise singers retweets and then the artistes retweets the praise singer’s retweets and the circle continues leaving the artiste with the feeling that his or her music is being downloaded by millions. One thing is certain, retweeting is like clicking ‘Will attend’ on a facebook invitation. In most cases, people click ‘Will attend’ just to save face knowing fully well that they will be no where near the venue of the said event on the event day but they still go ahead with the clicking regardless. I’ve witnessed an event that had ‘2000 Attending’ and on the event day, only 18 people showed up.

Dear Twitter artist, the reason I’m writing is to inform you that you need to seriously take your promotion outside twitter. It’s very easy for people to retweet, it takes them nothing to do that and if you look at it closely, you will agree with me that there’s really no need for someone to cc you in a tweet that reads “Now Playing” ‘Ashewo ga adi’ by @Mumu. What is your business if they are playing your song? So that you will notice them or so that you can retweet them? I’m not saying that there’s no reason to make you feel cool but I seriously think that buying your album will make you feel cooler.

Let me tell you a story, sometime ago, someone tweeted ‘Now playing’ 1 song by a new artiste’ and cced the artiste, I IMed him to send me the song and he replied, “Bros, I still dey look for the song ooo”. You know it is really almost useless that you have a song that people praise talk about on twitter and no one gets to hear it in the clubs. Like the DJ’s don’t even have them. You know what, the corporate bodies are the highest payers as far as shows are concerned and if their target market are not singing your song(s) at different homes and public places it would be almost difficult for them to put you on stage, that way you will remain on the stage known as TL.

Promote on all platforms and do not rush to follow the band wagon of people rushing to make their ‘never will get famous’ songs caller ring back tones that no one is paying for. Avoid the retweets, we see you retweeting only the good things while neglecting the negative tweets. We know it’s good for the self-esteem but a simple reply to them it’s enough. You know why, some people just tell you these things because they expect you to retweet them but we also know that there are people who genuinely care and love your music.

Everyday we see loads of artists who get hyped only on the web and get no shows. You are focusing on just one platform while neglecting the others. Let me tell you something, there are people who tweet “Baba,we dey feel you die”, “Sister, your new song makes me go to toilet with ease” and yet they can not point you in a crowd of 6 people without your twitter handle hanging on your neck. While I understand that we need these tweets to feel good, it’s also very important that we remember that the real world is way bigger than twitter and we need to push our music out there.

If you are reading this and you’ve been doing music for over a year and no one is yet to call you for a show, ask yourself, “am I just concentrating on one platform?” I’m tired of all the lies and really wish you could say, I’m done being just another twitter artiste.
This article is not directed at anyone in particular but if it’s hitting you, then it’s time to make a change.

* Opens fridge and grabs a glass of Ice water*

Noble Igwe About Noble Igwe
Nobs is a SLU…shh trust fund kid who works just to exercise his body and mind. He’s “Unruly” but as calm as the “ABE” boys. Referred to as FYI (Fly, Young and Igbo) by his friends, Nobs says iT tHe wAy iT iS. Follow him on Twitter @nobsdaslushhkid Enough of the English language……..My name is Noble Igwe,go figure!

253 Comments

  • Opens shelf , throws away alot of twitter Artiste CDs ..lol … Nice Article … well said and perfectly articulated .. On the other hand , I will encourage the media , blogs etc to give more hype to upcoming acts .. I mean just single out one upcoming act you feel has got a bright future and give him/her the maximum hype you can . Let people know you did your best for him or her ..I think that will help the industry more. This issue of hyping the known artiste seem to be the best thing our media loves to do these days … Once again , nice job Uncle Noble … God bless ya hustle ..

    • @HOLLALAYKAN
      when you say “Hype”, you mean…Give him/her publicity, right?
      I think the people who need the hype are those who create arts that speaks creativity..not just anything.
      And just like the article suggested, some of these upcoming artists should also realize they need good PR. Go out, make contacts, market your art, if its good, it will get the hype.
      Music is like starting a business, the product is the talent, therefore, you need a marketing strategy, publicity, etc….
      Moral of my rant: If its good, sooner or later, the hype will come.

    • @Dudu you do have a point but sincerely have been to the street of Nigeria … I see great acts with good arts and massive creativity but no one to support them.. The truth is not all the good upcoming acts can afford good PR. Used to live kinda close to Dagrin and it wasnt an easy task let not mention names I know several media house in Nigeria that called that dude trash.. that wouldnt even dim-it-fit enough to play his song cos he wouldnt pay for the stunts but they all celebrated him when he blew up and re still celebrating him now that he’s dead … 9ice has been in the industry for long trying to get his music around but our media wont help cos they feel its not worth it … Though, I understand producers and media owners also setup their firms out there in-order to make more money but still I think they should acknowledge good artistes whenever they see them . I can tell you that young boy called WizKid woudnt have made this big at this time if he didnt have good back up ; the likes of Banky and managing skills of the Demunrens … ( mentioning them doesnt mean am famzing just tht I recognize their good work …lol). With all these happening , alot of great acts went down since our media felt the known acts are more important than the upcoming ones … Now I will also like to let you know that listeners of good music are reducing in this modern world . People now prefer to listen to trash with meaningless lyrics as long as it has a great beat especially if it has a Don Jazzy touch ( I will also rock to it like theres no tomorrow )… There are some silly Kedu Kedu songs out there by some of our popular acts that cant even stand beside that of an upcoming acts but still our media houses gives them more air play and the truth is the modern day music seem to have its way into our ears .. it grows in our heart with time as long as the radio stations keep playing them and the club DJs plays it more then people start getting used to it… Its only few music in Nigeria today that, you can hear for the first time and jump on them … the remaining ones you will have to give them time to grow in you….

  • Nobs…great write-up, these twitter artistes plenty o…if only they could just be honest with themselves and walk away…

  • I lov dis mehnnn….as tru as d Gospel…som artistes jus dont reply…all dey do is retweet #NP…and retweet praises tweeted 2dem….d real,made artistes dont do dat…in fact i feel like callin som names…..beg me…

  • Wow what a way to tell the truth… true thing most of those songs never get downloaded.. out of 10 2 gets a download and that’ll be friend or family.. The real music never gets to reach the public or aired on live radio.. well i hope they get to figure this out soon… Good job Nobs u’re the man.. keep up the good work..

  • I remember an artiste celebrating the 200th download for his song..

  • Nice piece, had a heated discussion with a ‘Twitter Artiste’ recently and told him that as far as your songs are only played on Twitter you are still stagnant in my opinion,and he took it really P.
    What’s the point of releasing loads of song on twitter, and I don’t get to hear it on the radio, in the club?
    I really love this article,and would recommend it to some of my twitter musician friends.

  • Buhahaha at celebrating 200 downloads

  • Well said… The twitter thing has really got Some people living their lives by a wall socket and forgetting that life is happening around thematic and not on just twitter..

  • Too many quotable lines in this article. You speak the truth my brother.

  • I read this twice and tried not to comment but I just have to.
    I hope you also plan to write about Twitter Video directors because I’ve seen it all with kemi Adetiba.
    Kemi Adetiba is a good vidoe shooter and not really a wonderful director. If she works hard,she may get there but for now can she just stop retweeting only the nice things people say about her videos especially the stupid video.
    She once tweeted that the killed Wizkid’s Tease me video i didn’t believe her until i saw the video. That video can kill anybody’s career. there was nothing original about it. What is classic about girls the age of Wizkid’s mother dancing on poles?
    not to talk of her stylist, Bolaji making stupid statements about her styling Wizkid in the video.I saw nothing ground breaking about the clothes that wizkid wore in the video.
    Each time someone makes a negative comment about her work,she will spend the entire day trying to make her self feel cool.
    Kemi did not only kill Wizkid’s video,she also killed TY Bello’s latest video.I can’t even start with that one.
    Kemi stop retweeting yourself and focus on making more creative videos.
    I can’t even start with the musicians..
    Noble Igwe,please don’t delete my comment.

    • Whoever this is, i wish you’d commented with your own name instead of “Kemi Adetiba” because you took the words right out of my mouth!!! Kemi Adetiba, if she took the time to sit in one place and really think about what she were doing and stopped listening to yes men, would be great. The Kemi Adetiba of Lagos Party has to be hiding somewhere because she can’t be the same one as the Kemi Adetiba of that awful “tease me” video. Don’t get me started with that TY Bello video, i kept waiting to see an ACN or PDP logo at the end…the song itself is rubbish so i guess she did with it what best she could. I remember the day she spent a whole day listing all her accolades because, we, the viewers, said we didn’t like “Tease me”, i lost all respect for her that day and believe me, i was a HUGE FAN. Since you are not God, you should take correction. Hian!!!

  • Really good piece and exactly what I think when it comes to artistes and their use of twitter. Sadly you call one of them out, they RT to their followers and you get attacked. A few weeks ago I asked why naija artists make videos telling people to follow them on twitter when they can use that platform to ask people to buy their records instead, I got an earful for that little tweet.

    Unfortunately, the praise singers won’t CC the artist to this article so it’ll only carry on.

  • “…retweeting is like clicking ‘Will attend’ on a facebook invitation…”

    *falls off stool*

    eeerrrrrmm, you this Stubborn Biafran Soldier, you are just a ‘ater’ jooor…

    :D

  • Noble dis is really d truth and i hope dis pple can learn from dis write up!

  • I want 2 b a Twitter artiste… I want pple 2 tweet nice stuf at me so dat I can retweet them and den they reply and I retweet their replies… *phew* sounds like a very demandin job already! I need a twitter PA. DM me! :D

  • If only twitter will allow more than 140 letters, this article deserves to be on each of the artistes’ TL I swear. Good job Nobs, good job.

  • Seconded Mehn..Kemi Adetiba’s current works sucks a lot..Tease me was an overkill..she should go for tutorials abeg..its easy for her to form bad guy now cuz she is d only one in d field for now..she shud sleep jo

  • I only thought of one name throughout the article: Beazy.

  • I just have to reply to the comment on kepi. She is a great director. U don’t need to like her but there’s no Need insulting her. The videos were tasteful and nice. What kinda originality are u talking about? Exactly the crux of this article. Over loving and over hating of our celebs. All in a bid to get their attention. U need to take a chill pill jare

  • It seems to me that this debate will forever be ongoing.
    We all seem to have different measures to how we judge a “Good piece of Art”, be it movies, music, poems ,painting etc.
    Good music remains good music, all that matters is getting it to the audience via the right means.
    If you hype bad music till they kingdom come…it will remain bad music.

  • Errm Oladayo, is that not the person’s opinion on the matter? I don’t see how overloving or overhating comes into the article or that comment for that matter. I am very indifferent towards Kemi so I don’t care very much for her work, whether good or bad. As far as I’m concerned she just might be ok. As you can see, the person went on the cite an example of what they felt was a bad job and instances where her behavior was perceived as wrong. It is their opinion not just a baseless hateful comment to put down the artiste. By the way, if they really wanted Kemi’s attention, they’ll put their name on the comment not Kemi’s. At the risk of sounding like an ‘overhating’ voltron, I have to say you might be in an ‘overloving’ position here.

  • Couldn’t help but notice that the Kemi Adetiba comment seems to have been written by the amazon herself! Lmao!! Or do my eyes deceive me?! O_o

    • You’re daft for this comment tho.

  • Funny thing is the person didn’t attack her person, he critiqued her work, the second one did the same, yes its easier to RT the nice things people say about you, but the ones that don’t praise you, you ignore, even Noble said it in d article, Ps I don’t think the critic was looking for her attention, or he/she woulda left their name, so you Oludayo are……wait for it A Praise Singer. I urge you read the article and comments again, just cos someone had the balls to name a celeb doesn’t mean you should get ur panties in a bunch, and yes my mind was on beazy throughout this article, he is talented no doubt but every time I hear an instrumental he has freestyled on, on the radio I keep hoping its him, but alas the wait continues. Nice article Nobs.

  • Make @ruggedman no read this article o….he might think ur directing it to him. Lol

  • This Is a nice post…….looking at it from anoda point of view……has any1 eva felt dat d music industry of today has prejudiced ears and even when some so called “twitter artist” try to elevate dier game dey get told off…..obviously some of dis songs r total bs no doubt but I’ve had opportunities to meet a few producers, bloggers, and d likes….dey tend to attach a kinda a status quo to d kinda people dey deal with….who wants to be an artist on twitter alone! But when u send CD’s to radio DJ’s/ OAP’s dey expect u to like sort ‘em to play ur songs how wud u feel? Wud u not rather have genuine friends/family retweet ur songs……..dis blog is nice in all aspects but d part about taking d music out is not easy….so many of dis current producers forget dey were 1ce where u are 2day.

  • Well, i hope you people also get to talk about the twitter personality rubbish monthly awards on the web too. What the hell is twitter personality? brrrr

  • kanye wouldn’t have been found by jay-z if it was nt for a social network tingy..i would nt be wrkin wit a reputable record company if nt for twitter n facebook..so wat d hell?
    pls entertainers,use anytin dat can take u to the top..d music industry is gangster wit a cartel so noble igwe its nt easy to penetrate..free everyone joooorrr..y dnt u close ur site first naah…mscheeeewwwww

    • I’m not on twitter so I’m neutral to this convo, however I find this highly entertaining.
      The point here was that artistes should make their promotion efforts multi-faceted. As for your point, frankly, the mis-spelling & twisted logic threw me off…For the record, Kanye got famous ’cause of his talent & working as a producer, not via twitter/fb.

  • This Article hit the nail on the head perfectly. Well as for the Kemi Adetiba comment i also didnt think the Tease me video was fantastic but i think given the message and lyrics of the song she worked with what Wizkid gave her. All he talked about was teasing and knowing sharp guys. So she showed him Teasing and cameoed the sharp guys at the end. As for TY Bello’s The Future i was dissapointed cos TY Bello gave Ms Adetiba alot to work with and she fell short. I do hope she reads this cos frankly she needs to step up her game.

  • Please noone shd cc Beazy on dis…he’s having a hard enuff ‘Friday d 13th’day- iMean, wit d lack of fuel in his gen n his BIS being kidnapped for hours, we don’t need him adding this to a long list of ‘petty annoyance’.
    Who retweets every single tweet by his followers that mentions his handle?
    Who is on week 37, freestyling when he shd be makin rounds in media houses wit his mixtape?
    @claire Kemi actually listed her accolades? Whoosh…vain fool. iLiked her too
    Noble u did right on dis one…

  • You people can sha comment. LOL. But pls remember to send a link to the artists you’re famzing (still learning how to use that word)
    Also, pls leave Beazy alone. His voice is sexy.

  • I agree wit d criticism on kemi…tease me video didn’t work for me so also the ty bello’s video.. I see nothin outta d ordinary

  • Hahahahahah….I see true Nigerians here!
    Thumbs up @HOLLALAYKAN, dude u hit the nail hard on the head!!!

  • Nobs, you took this words of yours outta mine.
    Well said, Nuff said!

  • These artistes fail to recognize that the naija twitter community is a very small one. You aren’t doing yourself any favours by mainly limiting your so-called publicity to such a network. Kemi Adetiba has read every single comment I’m sure. As for Beazy, he needs to get busy…in real life.

  • Personally i love kemi Adetiba’s style but wasnt really impressd with that TY bello’s Future song!? Erm erm can somebody pls tell samklef to stop using the NONI word already,we all know its his trademark by now but really does he have to post tweets like Good morning Noni,I’m fine Noni,Noni Noni etc!!ok hit me up with hateposts Nonilized supporters!!

  • ‘m not sure which I enjoyed mo…z main article or z commentz..:-)
    anywho: tru talk…some blogs/site(like zis one…n mine) do help good upcoming acts…media houses/djs no dey help…Kemi tried…Beazy’s tite(free am…n I dey hear him song for radio)…lastly…’ve had ma share of z #friday13th jinx ish…
    @nedjamez(for people wey dey dat nest wey dey make dose bird sounds)

  • ‘m not sure which I enjoyed mo…z main article or z commentz..:-)
    anywho: tru talk…some blogs/site(like zis one…n mine) do help good upcoming acts…media houses/djs no dey help…Kemi tried…Beazy’s tite(free am…n I dey hear him song for radio)…lastly…’ve had ma share of z #friday13th jinx ish…
    @nedjamez(for people wey dey dat nest wey dey make dose bird sounds)

  • Like Seun said…all I could think about all through this article was Beazy.

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  • i think of one person here mr dj neptune, twitter loser of the year, still counting 12 thousand followers like its euros or something

  • This noble guy,I thank God for whoever employed in virgin Nigeria then cuz if not for that once in a life time oppoturnity,I wonder what will bring u near naija music or artists,now u see yourself as a stakeholder and u think u can say anything u like.people like me have your data and one day,the table will turn around and u will be my guest..don’t worry mr noble igwe.soon and very soon

  • Noble do you know how much it will cost to spread your music among djs and media. If you can make your name on twitter better… then move on from there. you’ll gain more respect from the djs. everybody wants to relate with some succesful. as for kemi, She messed Ty bello’s song up bt Tease me as nothing to offer in the first place.

  • Truth is I’ve got a lot of respect for the so called twitter artists cos no one does what they do. I love XO Senavoe and Beazy. Matter of fact I got to know them via twitter. I love N6 and his flows. I’ve never met him in person. Its all twitter. However they say opinions are like arseholes, every ones got theirs. In my opinion twitter artists should be given a chance. The sky is wide enough for we all to fly Mr Noble Igwe. No disredpect.

  • Truth is I’ve got a lot of respect for the so called twitter artists cos no one does what they do. I love XO Senavoe and Beazy. Matter of fact I got to know them via twitter. I love N6 and his flows. I’ve never met him in person. Its all twitter. However they say opinions are like arseholes, every ones got theirs. In my opinion twitter artists should be given a chance. The sky is wide enough for we all to fly Mr Noble Igwe. No disrespect.

  • I think this was a well written article. Some of the comments deviated,I guess we all have our pet peeves. Its really just an advise and not an attack as perceived by some. Though following it may not be easy, nothing in life, even making it in the entertainment industry, is easy.

  • @djbuzzle knows that he’s one of the fake praisers being talked about here. I mean d guy is so fake with his projectnaija and he keeps spaming my timeline with junks. He should get a life. We have read tweets about this article. The writer still tried and he left u a line. ‘This article is not directed at anyone in particular but if it’s hitting you, then it’s time to make a change’

  • Everytime I read tweets of how good a song/vid is, I serzly don’t bother to chk it out…don’t blame me cos I v realized ova tym how overhyped some pretty dead songs r! D most recent xample is TY’s the future vid! D song is okay and wud v bin a hit if kemi used her directing 2tell a good story! I was sooo disappointed cos I had to stand her tweeting about d shoot 4 weeks! D placards and ty running thru men were lyk clips 4rm sonny okosun’s vids in d early 90s!
    I respected dj zeez d more wen I tweeted of how poor is boobie fc vid is and he replied saying he’d do a beta job nxt time….
    So many twitter artists! I v nva downloaded beazy’s music, I waiting 4 d day is true hype will b an out-of-twitter thgy.
    I find it so annoying going thru d stress of mtn bs ntwk service, laziness to open a site and wot do I get….BS!
    I will b back!

  • Beazy a Twitter artist? U guys must b retarded! fyi, Beazy is d most hardworking person i know and his marketing strategy is tight His current single ft Frabz is played all over d radio. He is supported by all d blogs esp 360nobs who premieres his BMM every Monday.

    He evens performs @ SluShhh. U people sa, u can like 2 find trouble

    He’s a lot beta than Eva.

  • Very interesting points y’all have raised…

    Doing music like other forms of business is risky – and its quite a touchy area as the artiste (his/her talent) is almost the whole product – and even with a good product, marketing & PR which determine a whole lot are costly.

    I would presume artistes start off really promoting their stuff on twitter as a test to how good they come off before they take it all out. The onus falls on people to be honest bout their reactions.

    Chill on the name calling people, strategies differ.

  • @rascal…u know that u do sound like d illiterate I bet u are. Didn’t u know it takes a split second for one’s fortunes to change?
    Y won’t Noble consider himself a stakeholder?u think its easy to worm ur way to d crux of naija-tainment? Lemme see u try…
    This anonymous forum is really lending a lot peeps some seconds of fame☺

  • I have read lots of comments here well 2 some old school like us Twitter is like magic u must all realize dat Noble has a good point,he might have taken it a bit 2 far all u have 2 d is sieve thru take what’s useful 2 u, its an opinion so and a great advice as well,@Dudu’s comments were fantastic @rascal u also had a point until u were practically threatnin d dude,@stephaniej u were so on point..its good 2 read dis stuff about artistes but u must also realize hw expensive d music business is and I am of d school dat loves upcoming actz u get new music, new styles etc and if Baba God is on dere side kaboom!like someone said pls use any form of medium 2 get ur products known be u an artiste and co and if u r been dissed learn from it and move on…without blogs like dis we can’t learn and for all u might know it might jus help ur career.Goodluck everyone and Godbless ps* Dere bound 2 be haters everywhere don’t let it affect ur dream jus move on but learn from comments learn!!! that’s 2 Noble,Kemi Adetiba,Dj Buzzle,Beazy,N6,Rascal,Anonymous etc….Am not gonna take sides here jus enjoy d articles man and learn from them bt pls let’s have constructive criticism pls

  • @ Biggbamo, sorry but I think your thoughts were all muddled up. What exactly were you trying to put across?. Please take a chair and relax while we serve you pap and agidi.

  • Here we go again! Not since the 4eyedmonk’s piece on 9ice has a 360nobs article generated such spark. Noble made very useful points 1) Praise singers beacoup
    2) artists should diversify their marketing strategy to include both online and offline tools
    That said, how else is the average newbie going to initially market themselves if not through the power of social networking? Especially when a number of OAPs and DJs require payola? Artists like Waconzy (who I know personally) started conventionally, doing the radio station trek, networking, begging marketers etc but how many people outside of the Niger Delta even know about his 1st LP? He went heavy on the SM 2nd time round with major presence on Facebook, and online music sites as well as aggressively promoting himself on-air. Now “Celebrate” is no. 3 song on MTN countdown and everyone’s loving it. It took two years but who’s counting?
    Souljaboi and Justin Bieber became famous through social networking. Even a group called Carmin got noticed by Ellen Degeneres via YouTube resulting in a guest spot on a globally syndicated talkshow.
    All I’m saying is don’t knock the efficacy of social media. That said I advise newbies to be consistent, put out quality music *emphasis on quality*, network *social and reallife*, and practice sound business principles such as having a marketing and strategic business plan, and most importantly…learn to listen to criticism. Not every critic is a Hater!

  • Beazy is twitter local yampion na, music every monday? U sef cool down now. It was fun at first, probably like the first 12 weeks but when it started entering 30? Baba ya on ur own oo.. I’m sure beazy himself doesn’t have all the BMM’s on his phone talkless of the people forming RT’. Dnt get it twisted o, I like beazy’s jams, fall back, the whip ur hair freestlye, speaking in tongues, but dude shd channel all that energy into another venture and stop forming twitter local champ.

    Peace “Hout!

    • I’m sorry to burst ur bubble, kind sir, but, you are a hater. If you got bored with Beazy at Week 30, then that’s you. I also see some “fabuu” in your comments. If you were really a fan in the earlier days, you wouldn’t have mentioned those songs you did as ones you like. Didn’t they come later? I’d have expected you to mention the earlier ones like the Bad guy remixes, colours, the one with Ebisan etc. Then again, that’s just me. In the meantime, go and drink iced water and take a \__

  • Oh, & killer post Nobs, talk about hitting the nail on the head, u shd get on more posts like this instead of giving us fabuu in your memoirs

  • Beazy owns plots of land on twitter. Certified local champ.

  • 1st person that came to my head when i read this article was ALTEREGOADEY ..That oga doesnt have talent to save his life and he recently just joined the bandwagon with his adeymusic saturdays…

  • for those of you that deceive artistes by RT’ing and mentioning them everytime you feel the need to increase your tweet count… ALL i can say is — GOD WILL JUDGE YOU !!

  • this is the truth, and if this article is painning u ehn, please have a seat.:p

  • Y’all are forgetting that bi-racial child,adey that releases his lacklustre songs every saturday,he is so overly hyped by his ass-kissers,and then any negative tweet abt his work,he gets all sensitive and starts actin like some cranky kid.

  • I had a totally different opinion about u. Oh well. *disappointed*

  • “You are OPOT”
    Only popular on twitter.

  • @Someborry if you don’t like DJ Buzzles tweet,why don’t you just unfollow him?? You are deluded and stupid for that comment. Buzzle is a Champion for underground artistes and is a very strong Icon. Tall your Mummy

  • D article n comments ar so on point.I dnt c any reason y anyone shld hype d wiz kid n ty bello videos.dey were ok videos.nothn xtraordinary bt ppl mk it seem lyk dey r d bst eva.if ure hypin kemi den wat wld u do to whoeva directs dare’s videos.abeg abeg abeg.let’s call a spade a spade n not an instrument for packin sand n btw dt ba ni kidi sng is probabli d stupidest sng iv hrd ds year n ppl hype d sng lyk its d bst thn since sliced bread.let’s b real jor n stp dcvn ds ppl.

  • Please what time is the Nigeria vs Togo match?

    • LOOOOOLLLLLLLL LMAOOOOOO
      Best comment ever

    • Correct!!! Now this is why we are here!!!

    • Musa oo!!!!!!!! Musa!!!!!!! am tayad….

  • This is simply the truth . This goes out to make whoever is doing music that the web as a whole is not enough for your promotion to get true responses to your music and definitely not twitter ..Grow up Twitter Artistes..

  • Noble is jus silly, I swear, stupid ass kisser dat wants to get in everyone’s pant, what do u know about a hustle, however a way an artist wants to go about “pr’ing” his songs is her fucking business, so what if an artist retweets his tweets,evn ur bankyw’s n mi’s r happy dat ppl tweet at dem, mind ur business, tweet n let tweet, if sum1 is enjoying his/her twitter status den leave dem, as long as dey r not begging u for fOod, and I know d very contoversial noble, his aim is to get ppl to read n talk about this article. U fink its easy to sing/recor a song, u fink its easy to come up with a concept for a video, y’all be real, some of u are not even good at doin anythng n yet u can come here n run someone down? Anyway people would always talk! Noble bloddy local fool, u r just lucky that u r in d limelight, buh watch ur ways else u r coming down! Down I tell u! DOWN!!!

    • God BLESS YOU FAVOUR

    • U need a very chilled glass of iced water o because you are vexing. All you have succeeded in doing is let us know that Noble has done you wrong… now \__

    • Why so burnt, Favour? Did he knack you and leave you on the roadside? Soz :*

  • Muhahahaha @ Musa
    Really, nobs came out clean on this one sharing his thought for the up-coming artists who WANT to make it in d industry. So many people’s comments actually digressed from what nobs was talking about.
    All he said about d praise singers and co are true. Its for u to take it or leave. Its sha your success and not his. And why the insults and hating people, those won’t get you anywhere, Capichè.
    Thumbs up nobs, and pls go on with d fabuus in ur memoirs, we like em like that. Peace

  • I think Siasia has done well so far. We will win again today.

  • Ure on the weong page Musa

  • IF NOT FOR , TWITTER And FACEBOOK , nobody for know this website , i hope y’all get my poiny

    • @Unknown,

      In response to this “IF NOT FOR , TWITTER And FACEBOOK , nobody for know this website , i hope y’all get my point”, I say…

      This is a ‘website’, 360nobs can only be accessed by people using the internet… Going to advertise 360nobs outside of the ‘internet’ might just be wasting marketing funds, so the best way to get people to come here is to market this site on the various social networking sites or whatever sites people visit often.

      On the other hand, MUSIC is accessible to everyone, whether you have INTERNET access or NOT. And that’s the point I believe the writer is trying to make. Explore ALL possible mediums and don’t get carried away by the ‘false sense of achievement’ one might be tempted to feel online.

      During the elections, we kept encouraging people to take their campaigning offline and take it to the streets where the voters where. This is what I see this article as.

      It’s basically an assessment or an appraisal of a situation and if anyone can take the positive points from it, growth will ultimately follow.

  • ‘I’ve witnessed an event that had ’2000 Attending’ and on the event day, only 18 people showed up.” NOBLE I HOPE U WERE REFERRING TO D MESS DT WS UR POOL PARTY AT TRIBECA..after hyping it finish went there expectn 200ppl only to find u nd abt 8 ppl(kel nd co)..its funny hw u can talk abt this typa issue wen u urself ur d twitter chairman…known for kntn exactly ur just popular on twitter…ohh nd yea beazy needs to relax i dont think d guy wud eva crack nigeria we av seen too many like dt…as for adey i think he has a good chance (as a producer)as an artist no bueno

  • By the way i see some comments about WIZ KID , well wiz kid is TALENTLESS , he just has opportunity thats all , HE HAS NO LYRICS , his songs make no sense , the truth hurts , but thats just it , they are soo many people doing Great music out that , that are not even recognized , IF YOU DONT LIKE A TWITTER Artist , it is VERY simple to unfollow them , no body is forcing anybody , ya DIG!!!

  • @mr bombastic lmao! Abi o,
    @unknown exactly, mr nobs, these days sum artists r okay with d online audience wats ur own? If not for twitter n facebook, who’ll know 360nobs? Ehn? Wud u have gone to advertsie it ont.v? Or radio,
    @mr nobs, I know u can talk, u have a big mouth, buh really, u shud kip quiet more
    @rucha amen n u too

    • You know whats up jor , what is ur twitter lemme follow u , no mind people for this place ,

    • Awon retardos…you want 360nobs.com, a website, to go and advertise on tv and radio while musicians, should advertise only on the internet? LMAO!!!!!! I’m getting you

  • This ‘Musa’ dude is a clown, he is really cracking me up.

  • You obviously miss the point!!! He said promote your music on AND off line. Can’t people read anymore???

    • I weak abeg… It does look like people are making comments based on other people’s comments and not reading the main article to understand it for themselves.

      I give up abeg…

      “…he that hath ears let him hear…”

  • TT_Reju

    Faints @ favour’ڪ comment.
    Y’all should bear in mind that this is a simple piece of advise.
    No one is fighting anybody na

  • Nobs is being misunderstood ..shame cos tis is d best naija site right now …it has my 2 fave writers @oyeakd and @franque
    He didnt say dont hype yourself on twitter, he said make sure u have a balanced mrketing strategy.
    Nigeria isnt big on twitter like USA and its d truth. People RTing your links wont buy your songs, they will wait till it gets leaked on the same twitter so how do u make money

    There are more transistor radios in Kaduna than all the BBs in Nigeria

    Heck d biggest celebs like @donjazzymohits has only 63000 followers (unless u can get @PastorChrisLive to tweet for u cos he has a million followers). Compare that to an ordinary @KimKardashian who has over a 7mill and Kanye with over 3million
    the more popular blogs like NJO & Nairaland dnt even have up2 15k followers

    #TheTruthHurts

    #FreeAdvice to all upcoming artists …go and contest on StarQuest, Idols, NaijaSings or even UnderGround ..u get instant fame even if u dont win cos millions watch u live compared to mere thousands RTing. Thats d difference btw an Omawumi and a twitter artist and do use every medium u can ..FB, Twitter & even sites like 360nobs, nairaland and NJO. I’m an artist and dis was d free advice oyeAKD gave me when i spoke with him.

    It’s good to always listen 2 criticism. Other people will only lie 2 u.

    Your hustle will pull u thru. Bless

    • Beautifully said!

  • TT_Reju

    @ Claire please tell them ooo
    I tire

  • Ba ni ki di..ba ni ki di bani ki di Mallam…Omo hausa ni mi o

  • and Beazy has been on TV – JimmyJatt jump off ..all u haters out there …360nob is 1 of d biggest supporters of upcoming artists

  • Nice one…rily makes sense. Keep the good words flowing.

  • Am so ashamed reading some people’s comment here.. That’s why most nigerians end up doing odd jobs for life when the travel abroad simply because they don’t understand simple english. It says, promotion shouldn’t be on social networks only because most of the so-called fans just tweet because they want you to notice them not like they really listen to or promote ur song! This is just to entertain everyone in the entertainment industry + him! Read n assimilate before u comment..Shikena!!

  • Am so ashamed reading some people’s comment here.. That’s why most nigerians end up doing odd jobs for life when the travel abroad simply because they don’t understand simple english. It says, promotion shouldn’t be on social networks only because most of the so-called fans just tweet because they want you to notice them not like they really listen to or promote ur song! This is just to entertain everyone in the entertainment industry + him! Read n assimilate well before u comment..Shikena!!

  • Am so ashamed reading some people’s comment here.. That’s why most nigerians end up doing odd jobs for life abroad simply because they don’t understand English Language. It simply says, promotion shouldn’t be on social networks only because most of the so-called fans just tweet because they want you to notice them not like they really listen to or promote ur song! This is just an advice to everyone in the entertainment industry + him! Read n assimilate well before u comment..Shikena!!

  • Is Beazy a Togolese footballer?

  • me like d post. Ednut song was so hyped, I Downloaded it and listened like 3 times waiting to see if d song will make little sense…den as for Kemi, after watching d future video, I knew twitter hype and d hypers are evil men/women!

  • sm ppl r just quick to hate, good advice to new artistes. find out how it was done b4 twitter n do that also.

  • Because it’s was all over my TL for a quick minute, the amebo in me needed to come here. I find Noble distasteful because of his (fabricated) memoirs but for me, that doesn’t take away from the fact that this article made sense. Twitter isn’t the huge deal it is (to you & your friends) for the average Nigerian. Your 1000, maybe even 2000 odd dick riders/friends/associates steady RTing your good/bad music can’t ever bank serious money. Except you make music out of the goodness of your heart or whatever.

    In related news, I wish Adey would stop putting out music as an artiste or take time to reevaluate. I don’t know what he’s like as a producer but 3 of the 4 songs I’ve been made to listen to almost had me in tears. And of course, Twitter liars gas him all day. I know guilty people.
    I probably won’t ever bother with Beazy.

  • *it

  • Musa & Stretch… u both got me rotflmao!

  • Wow! We,Nigerians are the cause of our problem. I recommend that we understand the main points of this article before calling for anybody’s head. Promotion should not be restricted to online hype only. Take the advice if you’re concerned. The retweeting followers majorly want a mention and would in most cases buy your album. It’s not a fight and therefore there’s no need digressing from the issue at hand to attacking the person of the writer. Blogs are free,whosoever feels wronged should start one. Otherwise,let’s stop being myopic and shallow in our reasoning.

    Thanks Noble for doing it again,may God bless your hustle. Just bear in mind that you can’t get 100% positivity in everything. These negative albeit destructive criticism should challenge and make you better.

    Love ya__

  • Please where is the best place to eat Amala in Abuja?

  • Chidinma

    @ Musa…Iya Bamba
    Dame’s got a doctorate. When u get2 games village, ask for Iya’s shack…her reputation preceeds her n her ‘hut’ is a landmark of sorts

    I also just heard of her…lemme know hw it went, I might try d food wen ere I get2 Abj too

  • I thought this was nairaland all along. Sorry folks.

  • Nobs,well said!

  • Ooops! ‘The retweeting followers….would in most cases NOT buy your album’

  • Why did Rochas Okorocha freeze all government accounts in Imo State?

  • Why did Rochas Okorocha freeze all the state government’s accounts in Imo State?

  • Hahahahahahahhahahahahahaha! The Musa guy killed me all thru

  • upcomingartist we know its you Noble. No one else spells artiste as artist.

    peace out.

  • lmmmffffao! Nigerians are angry o! poor and literally little #noOffence noble was just advising these people now.. why so angry? and if u are defending beazy and the likes and they came to ur head while reading the article dont u think…erm.. there’s an issue? Plus the fact that u discovered noble’s site from twitter is not the issue here! Is he an artiste? And did he point a gun to the head of any artiste to take his advise? he is just stating his opinion..opinions are not facts, u can take them or let them go! ya’ll should calm the fuck down or swallow ice cubes and chill out!

  • MUSA though!!! WOWUUUUUUU

  • Nepa has refused to give me light since friday :( and oh my BIS expires tomoro :(

  • Okay, I’ve finally read the article. Upcoming artistes should not see popularity on twitter as an achievement o. Take my personal experience as an example. I was very popular on nairaland. Infact,I owned estates, shopping malls and undeveloped plots of land on that site but what did that do for me?. So Beazy isn’t even a Togolese footballer?. No one told me. People give quicker answers on nairaland.

    • Musa, you really should comment more on articles here on 360 & BellaNaija. I love laughing & you fit the bill.

  • Would anyone like a chilled beverage??? Zobo? Kunu??

  • Haters everywhere, smh..go and sing your own song.. I love you Tunde Ednut!!!

  • Loool… Musa!!!hehe suspect! *zips lips* ok

  • Musa have u writted down the address to the amala joint?

  • Musa have u written down the address to the amala joint?

  • Loool… Musa!!!hehe i suspect! *zips lips* ok

  • Oh wow! Noble is actually giving advice? May 21st is confirmed. Before u start sending silly subs look within urself. Do u hv a talent? Didn’t think so. Wat r u good at? My point exactly. Respect pple’s hustle and stfu with ur illiterate ibo accent. Trying to form educated here. Oloshi

    • You are curious about what Nob’s talents are? Writing is a nice one to begin from; which I believe he is capable of using in a higher form than his memoirs (for the masses – but I still find them very interesting).

      That said, I’m not really a Twitter person but my siblings are and I’ve always been surprised at how much some people take themselves so seriously on the medium – there is good music there no doubt (as well as an unhealthy dose of nacissism)but I don think a lot of those Guys can really grow their fan-base (for obvious reasons) and art there.

      Popular art like music needs constructive criticism which you would likely never get on twitter – too many ass-kissers + those that have something sensible to say would rather stay hush to avoid being labelled haters (growing trend in online Nigeria). Besides the sampling population is quite narrow – the most likely people to have internet access and time for twitter in this part of the world are ‘trendy’ middle-class kids; for an artist wanting to blow-up, it really is sense-less targetting such a small population – unless of course you are strictly into making music for a niche crowd like classical or soft rock et al.

  • God bless you Noble Igwe… Ahhh, I can’t thank you enuf for this article. Hit the spot. I don’t ff Naija artistes on twitter… I simply can’t stand praise singers. Sheesh. F’ing kiss asses. Am ‘real life’ friends with a 9ja music artiste and he’s living in delusional grandeur thanks to twitter, bear in mind this dude has been in the industry forever, has had a few hit songs he just can’t seem to translate into cash oh… Hmmmm. He should read this sha. Twitter praise singers r plain evil… And RT’s just do my head in. Sheesh. Noble God bless u jare. Haters biko roast. Claire bless u. Yo, all u fucktards yearning dust here cos y’all r too damn retarded to read the article and understand it sha… Biko go and french kiss a cobra already.

  • Lmao!!! Musa you haf kee me o!!!!

    It’s just an article abeg if you agree with it good for you if you don’t good for you
    Don’t crucify Noble for airing his own opinion abeg

  • Noble really said it well, this writeup isn’t for artistes alone…am an upcoming makeup artiste, each tym I put up my work as my DP I get all the good comments frm them eg “oh ur really good at this, I see u making cool cash already,awwww sweet,u ll do my makeup on my wedding day-which isn’t bad—but then am yet to receive a call frm all of these ppl….even before I read dis writeUp I had made up my mind dat I was gonna push beyond bbm,fb and twitter things cos really the really world is out there..what fraction of nigerians do we hv on twitter btw! So Noble,u said it well..a word is enuff for d wise. *drops mic*

  • Hahahahaahaa! Lmao..tears streaming down my cheeks…Musa na wa for you..u just made my day mehn..

    On a more serious note tho, I get Noble’s point in saying that PR shld not be restricted to social networking sites because there are in fact some very devilish pple who would hype u on these sites but would be so quick to tell the world u’re totally talentless. I don’t get the reason for the many insults tho, he simply expressed his opinion on things, it’s left for these artistes to decide how they’ll handle their PR. Life is very simple o, if u think someone is yarning bullshit, ignore.
    P.S: I don’t know how these praise singers can live with themselves after they lie to these artistes/vid directors that their stuff is on point when it’s obviously nonsense. It really isn’t fair!

  • Nice write up.

    Nobs is just as guilty as the ‘twitter artists’. Twitter is a good place to make known what you have.

    The links to the memoirs… Sorry the links to the lies Nobs wrote, were always on twitter & ‘praise worshippers’ also helped in RT’ing in order to spread his gospel.

    So if I choose to bring the download links to my music or anything else to our twitter & my ‘choir’ RTs all day, criticism shouldn’t come from a ‘sunday school teacher’.

    So Nobs, hold hands with whoever you’re throwing the subs at & hit your headS against this wall ||

  • ‘life is my dream so im living in my dream’
    omo adey better wake up from ur slumber oooooooo
    reality is far far far 4rm that
    http://www.gbedutainment.com/new-gbedusaucekid-ft-adey-what-do-i-do/

  • You stated some good points in your work but I have to say that you should have communicated them in a professional manner. Examples like …..”if you look at it closely, you will agree with me that there’s really no need for someone to cc you in a tweet that reads “Now Playing” ‘Ashewo ga adi’ by @Mumu.” make your work look and sound amateur. I think if you shouldn’t convey your thoughts in a slandarous manner if you want people to reason with you. This is because whoever would want to insult you will think twice before speaking. He/she may even be inspired to express their thoughts in a more rational way.

    However, we don’t know if some of these “twitter artists” you haven’t heard of are securing gigs.

  • Did someone actually listen to tunde ednut’s song 3 times? It took 3 times to realise that the song was senseless. That person must have repeated like 3 times in primary skool.

  • Lmao, I don’t read blogs tho, and I still don’t think I’ll read blogs… I only read this cuz someone forced me to, and I’m only laughing at the comment and not the blog itself… Yea Nobs, I totally understand ur point, but please replace the “praise tweeters (or wateva u called them, *scrolling back up is a long thing* with “Groupies. Yes, Groupies give all these tweeter musicians or whatever a false sense of popularity just like ur own groupies give u too. 2ndelawal is absolutely correct, u are guilty of this same offence (if I cld put it that way). So get ur shit together, and tell the person this is meant for like 2ndelawal said… I really don’t give a shit if u hit ur head against a wall. Adios!

  • I think outta all d comments I read here the one that hits d nail on d head d most is 2ndelawal’s and jay..the rest are all either biased and fuming..its not that nobles point bout pr not being restricted to twitter is wrong..the way he relayed d point tho is very rude n full of unecessary disses like jay pointed so he ended up killing his point and just looked like a hypocrite..plus I’m pretty sure that any upcoming artist wants to be famous and hear his songs played on radio..so OBVIOUSLY they wnt restrict their music to social networks..u make it sound like its a piece of cake getting your song on radio,getting booked for shows and all that when you’re on d streets or if ur not workin with a well known producer and that’s just BS..so they simply work with what they have..doesn’t mean they aren’t trying elsewhere or are stupid and don’t realize they need to be on radio and things not just twitter..well DUH!so @ d end of d day dis blogpost is all kindsa pointless and just looks like venting..what’s wrong with having praise singers?makin it look like its a crime 2have pple that boost ur morale..even people that aren’t artists or anything that just come online with their cocky arrogant attitudes and tweet their BS all day long have groupies and praise singers and its a big deal for some1 who’s tryna showcase his or her talent to have praise singers?

  • Dear pastor 2nde lawal, sadly u also still missed d point..u can’t advertise a blog on tv or radio can u?as opposed2d fact dt asides d social networks ds upcoming artists use as a strong meduim2 advertise deir music..all nobs is sayin is u can balance d scale on ur marketing or advertising strategy.alittle bit of ds and a little bit of dat…wil bring u all d fame u hope for,don’t concentrate on twitter ALONE.he neva said don’t advertise ur music on twitter o…even al ye educated nigerians stil find it very difficult2 assimilate simple english sha..beats me*sigh*

  • Guy, get off Kemi Adetiba already, yes I hate her twitter attitude, I unfollowed her a long time ago when I noticed that. But criticising her works? U must be a dimwit. Noble I tink u watch too much of *NG* movies, ur IQ’s been knocked down pretty bad. Kemi is d best thing to happen to videos in recent times. Yes she goofed on ‘tease me’but that doesn’t remove the brilliance of her other works, watch lagos party, watch Ego’s new video and u ll see the creativity, ty bellos video is brilliant and follows the theme of the song. Pls don’t be bitching bou her here wen u hv no cause to.

    • Ruz, I wish people like you would shut the fuck up more often and read a little bit more. I bet all you read were the comments. Noble (and I’m not his biggest fan BTW) never mentioned anyone’s name. Readers (& multiple of them too) mentioned Kemi’s name. Don’t come on here foaming at the mouth like a dog with scabies & wrongly accuse people. In this case, boo, you’re the one bitching & whining…without good cause too.

  • I will celebrate the day Nigerians accept that people’s opinions are just that…THEIR opinions, it isn’t binding on you and doesn’t warrant uneccessary name calling. That said..Good one nobs!

  • Typical of a Nigerian, when people say the truth, they dismiss it or say its rude or whatever, when Sanusi accused the house of reps members of allocating a large sum of Nigeria’s budget to themselves, they said he was being rude. What’s rude about this young man/man’s bog now, tell me? That’s why Nigeria is not moving forward, people don’t ever say the truth, when others do, they fail to accept, even they claim to accept, they fail to live by it. We need to change our ways people. Adios!

    • Dazz right!

  • Ruz!!! Tell me u didn’t even read d article. Where did u see nobs mention any name? So far, uve been the dumbest here on this page. Its certain ure a praise singer or groupie as described. Ode Oshi

  • @Sleeper

    “Artiste” is the ‘French’ word for artist.

    According to Wikipedia the term ‘artist’ describes a person engaged in one or more of any of a broad spectrum of activities related to creating art, practicing the arts and/or demonstrating an art. This ‘includes’ music.

    So yes, ‘artist’ is the right word to use here.

    #ThankMeNow *winks*

  • Pahhahahahhahahah…..lwkmd @ flo’s comment..
    #okbye

  • Beautiful Article Noble!…Portrays A Simple Fact!..Some Artiste’s think Its All About ‘Twitter-fame’ ..The likes Of Dbanj,donjazzy,tuface etc Dnt Have Twitter Accounts When They were winning awards Nd Becoming famous!..They Worked Real Hard getting Their music to radio stations,DJ’s,Record Label owners etc!..That’s why when they Joined Twitter..It didn’t take dbanj up to a month to get thousands Of followers!..Don’t Get Me wrong..online Publicity helps..BUT..Don’t leave it at that!..Use Other Means Of Publicity!.

  • Ahhaahhah! Y’all shld sha admit dat nobel had a point! But because he is a spoilt entitled kid who talks abt women he sleeps with, no one will let it go! Ahahahhaha

  • Lmfao!!! I strongly suspect this musa guy is Peju Adewusi…na only him dey yarn like this..

  • Am sure dat if it was someone else dat wrote this blog pple would have looked at it objectively but bcos it is noble igwe people are seeing red! Where is noble anyway? He has left u pple to eat yourselves alive!

    • Noble Igwe

      Present,Ma

  • Dang!!!
    People dey vex o!
    Lmfao….

  • Musa for president! #Thatisall

  • I’m looking at fools right nw.
    Can’t you guys see noble is tryin to profer solutions here!!!!its just these fools that are deviating from the point.
    I love beazy’s music.i hezz extremely hard worrking and talented.360nobs was the first blog to start sharing his music.I think.
    What I understand by this article, iss just a call for diversification of marketing strategies for better results nd increment in profit margins ffor these artistes.
    If u don’t wnt to take nobs advice..that is ur problem.but he just put it out there..maybe his method of writing was a little insulting for some fans and artistes, but just take the salient points and move on.
    As for ZEE, its artistes not artists, read your wickipaedia well!!.I’m. An english major so I know this!

    • I refuse to believe you’re an English major. \__

  • there are too many typographical and grammatical errors in this article

  • Nigerians are shallow minded indivituals sha…sum fools r on twitter right nw dissing hs memoirs..did he force u to believe his fiction??..*sigh* den ds olly writes an essay on justifying d fact its alright2 have praise singer.sersly is anybdy arguing wt u on dat?or half way into ur essay did u miss d point u were driving at??..whr exactly in ds article did nobs state dt it was wrong to have praise singers?? Engish is def hard2 assimilate sha. won’t bother
    goin in2 d rudness part cos @escubar has done justice on dt…nobs made an xtremely honest point2 even help whosoever it applies to..if u ve beef or kilinshi wt nobs,dnt tke it out on his blog.call him out in d physical and lash him rather dan coming here2 yarn opata dt doesn’t even relate 2d article.daftNigerians

  • Nigerians are shallow minded indivituals sha…sum fools r on twitter right nw dissing hs memoirs..did he force u to believe his fiction??..*sigh* den ds olly writes an essay on justifying d fact its alright2 have praise singer.sersly is anybdy arguing wt u on dat?or half way into ur essay did u miss d point u were driving at??..whr exactly in ds article did nobs state dt it was wrong to have praise singers?? Engish is def hard2 assimilate sha. won’t bother
    goin in2 d rudness part cos @escubar has done justice on dt…nobs made an xtremely honest point2 even help whosoever it applies to..if u ve beef or kilinshi wt nobs,dnt tke it out on his blog.call him out in d physical and lash him rather dan coming here2 yarn opata dt doesn’t even relate 2d article.daftNigerians “halfbaked brains churning out halfbaked comments”

  • So… After going through all the comments here, I’ve actually forgotten what the article was about. God abeg o!

  • Let’s all take a break and drink some Zobo Impérial™.

    • Come Musa…who gave you the audacity to be using my registered trademark up and down…no rana my ankali o…haba…I will just pity you because I’ve enjoyed all your comments…dont try it again…*pops a shilled bottle of Zobo Classic and sips slowly*

  • @runz nigger u are flying… High..high..high.. The fuck?? Ur comment doesn’t even relate to the article!u are obviously a groupie that just heard about this blog and decided to defend ur superhero without even reading the article.
    @K lmao @ the peju Adewuyi yarns..u have a point tho.
    And then who is that one that was yarning about senate house *stifles laugh* really?

  • Nigerians oooo… SMH real hard for una!! Lots of people perish cos of lack of vision n knowledge..its even in the Holy Bible. Its the young man’s opinion n advice, if u wanna take it fine, if not remain mute n pass by. Dnt knw y some pple r tearing their dirty pants over the memoir.. u guys might as well just hug a wet transformer. There r pple who appreciate the write up… Nice Memoir!! *yimu to all the haters!! *off to my kitchen*

  • ‘Twitter artistes’ get a bad rap in my opinion. I know a lot of them just over-hype themselves on social platforms, but a few get gigs and are waiting for ‘that song’ to blow them up. This article makes a lotta good points but should have been a bit more encouraging to the upcoming guys. Take that Adey dude or whatever; Ijo Krane was so fucking over-hyped!!! But it was a good effort nonetheless and he keeps putting songs out there every week. That, at least, deserves some kudos. To those who don’t even know these dudes and beef them for nothing, carry on.

  • Musa….!!! When will you pay my school fees???

  • Yh and on the artist/artiste thing
    I reckon Artiste is for performing arts like music and dance
    And artist is for painting and sculpture etc… Correct me if I am wrong tho… But really, are we really having this argument?, I mean.. Musa is looking for amala.

  • LMFAO @”Dnt knw y some pple r tearing their dirty pants over the memoir.. u guys might as well just hug a wet transformer”.
    And so for the ones done n still willing to tear their “dirty pant”, i have a list of active transformers nationwide for y’all. Pooooolsssss!!! *rme*

  • I think alteregoadey can be good… he just needs a bit of time to blow.
    Dont crucify him when he just started….rather help him grow.

  • Gbam.!

  • The fact that it’s an opinion doesn’t mean it’s closed to criticism. And those who keep limiting it to Nigeria saying “nigerians are……” where are you from? Don’t get all self righteous and shit. @naeto cc or whatever it is…..nigerians are shallow because they choose to criticise what they believe is an inaccurate publication? You can like to chill off. Nigeria isn’t the only country with upcoming artists and their groupies so no one should come on here with some self righteous shit talking about “only in Nigeria” if you use that line relating to this it’s either your stupidly ignorant or you haven’t left Nigeria before

  • Is the same noble not guilty of being a praise singer to some artistes?… Has 360nobs.com not helped butter the egos of a lot of these so called twitter artistes?… Now for all those of you who sa 360nobs shouldn’t be advertised on tv, fine true, but please ask yourselves… Between 360nobs and notjustok which is more popular? Did notjustok restrict themselves to twitter like Noble Igwe has done with 360nobs?…. No one is saying he didn’t have intelligent points! Fine! Brilliant! But let’s face facts, this looks more like a SUB than anything else, and it smells of HYPOCRITE all round. If anyone should be talking about “twitter atiste” then it shouldn’t be a fellow praise singer called Noble Igwe

    Yesterday I asked him if 360nobs was more popular outside twitte and he never got to answer me, but I’m very sure if I had said “Oh Nobs I love your blog and write up, oh its the shit I would have gotten a reply”…. My point here, wash your hands before you call someone else dirty!

    • Noble Igwe

      reply

  • adey should listen to maxwell,drink zobo and shave his hair off …
    THEN , he should stop talking to anybody that ever told him he was good in music ..

  • hmmmm*cough cough*…lemme start my own mini essay.. i think i do understand watchu saying by not making twitter your only platform and i completely agree, bt i’d say do not underestimate the power of twitter and “praise worshippers” cos they do help,e.g if @Lagbaja tweets dat he’s supposedly listening to a song by @twitterartiste..#tune, i see nothing wrong in dat(nt my business if lagbaja is just tweeting dat to”feel among(lack of a better word)” )cos i, who likes music, as a follower of Labaja would like to know who @twitterartiste is and i wuld click on his profile and if he has a link to his song.. i listen, i like, i download on ma laptop, my friend sees it on my laptop likes it and wants it.. d word spreads.D artiste is gettin recognition, dont mean he is gonna get an invite to a rave next week to perform bt gradually he’d get dere…:) thats my own opinion.. shikena!

  • Err…
    I have some new bombs for sale, good quality…suitable for Jihad.
    I see some upset people here. Come and buy my bombs to kill ur enemies. You can Kill Noble Igwe, Kemi, Adey, Beazy, all those people. You can bomb them them.
    For the artistes that want to blow, that one sef dey. Quality bomb to help u blow up. Come and buy.
    No. 23 Iweka Rd Onitsha.
    Thank You. God bless u…er…I mean …allah wa kuballah abi? Ehen. Ok.

  • Everyone is saying Noble is Correct, Noble is Advising Artistes…Who made him the Judge or a Counselor & Whats his Business with them artistes? What is Twitter 4? Cant u Market your Brands on Social Network? Is it not to Network? Abeg make Noble Park well jare…What is his Job? After he will say he made Banky W & M.I, then he will collect money from Artistes and tell them he is a PR or whatever…He owes so many artistes & trust me if he doesnt arrange himself quickly someone will fuck him up real bad. I know Nobs very well, he has stepped on alot of people’s toes and I hope he mind his business & afterall he doesnt even have a Business…Only a Jobless person will sit down and write this article.
    NOTE: Please dont say i’m hating on him, I’m not. Only those that dont know him are d ones coming here to support him. Noble Igwe abeg mind your Business & Artiste will use twitter now bcos twitter is d new ish…Radios are not friendly d way u think…Continue to Kiss all dem asses that are already Stars…they were once upcoming artistes…God Bless whoever support this Comment.

    • “…God Bless whoever support this Comment.” = NOBODY Oya, run along

  • So chelsea drew! :( sad much!

  • Beazy will soon get another call-up to the Togolese national team or he can get building permits to develop his acres of twiiter land. Noble will be among the first drafted into a new Biafra Army if the need arises. They are clearly headed somewhere.

  • Noble Igwe is an arsenal fan :(

  • nobs suggested,using the article as a means of airing opinion,that artistes shouldnt concentrate on promoting their shit via twitter alone. i agree with the article. also, i wouldnt buy a beazy album. i wouldnt buy an adey album too. however, i’d probably buy an album PRODUCED by adey. (free shit weeek in, week out, only makes you hardworking not talented.)

  • Bucklara and broiled beans…u both hav to bbe the same person..bcuz the utter foolishness in ur ccomments is beyond me.!wtf???

  • The comments are really hilarious, I love my 9ja people jare. Plus @wizzy is a nut case. #thatisall

  • I am on twitter. I live on one of Beazy’s plots of land there. If you pass by, please…move on. Don’t even throw gala at me.

    • *passes out*

  • Crude but point filled. i think everyone should just play their part. 360nobs, promote music to ur best of knowledge, artistes take every step within your capacity, and music lovers, well simply encourage good music by downloads and album purchases. Twitter is one of many promotional tools. A fact dat cannot be over-emphasized. Imagine Vic-O and his exceptional crappy music. God knows if artistes get paid for downloads, he would be stacking major bread. The twitter community without a doubt is little yet very substantial, dat explains why 360nobs has got a handle there.

  • Bi ina ban jo, emi o te le Jesu!

  • musa is right! we inherited a plot of land from beazy where i,musa and our 2 children (shittu and abass) currently reside..please dont throw stones at us! :(

  • My puss-cee is wet for musa ooo. I wants to do a 3some wiv musa n nobs.. Ping me my wet cunt :D

  • Musa is @ikilledmario on twitter. Simple.

  • Chei… Noble you are a life saver…. No one could have said it better… All those twitter musicians with no major hits like Mtrill and co should take note!

    Living on borrowed swagger wouldnt get u no where…..

    Big up, NOBLE……

    U TALK AM WELL!!!

  • Errm y’all are still on this?..I thought we’ve moved on,okay its all good,some of you have bruised adey’s self inflated egos..its time to move on,hopefull the child can stop being so unnecessarilly stuck-up.

  • The best comments here belong to “Musa” simply because he is one of the rare ones who treated this post, author, subject(s) and the resulting comments for what they really are…a bunch of jokes and jokers

  • Errm y’all are still on this?..I thought we’ve moved on,okay its all good,some of you have bruised adey’s self inflated egos..its time to move on,hopefully the child can stop being so unnecessarilly stuck-up.

  • Why are random people typing unnecessary comments here?! Just cus Musa made it funny,doesn’t mean u should bring ur basic ass on here and comment rubbish like Ordinabarbie. If u no get anything reasonable to talk,just carry ur nyash exit page. No be by force ohh. GTFOH.
    On top the matter,yes,twitter shouldn’t be the only marketing tool for upcoming artistes. Retweeting praises and randomly searching ur name on twitter and seeing who is playing ur song,even when they don’t @ you,aint gonna add money into ur account.
    I don’t follow beazy,but I follow Adey and according to his tweets and the rate he retweets people who tweet at him for free beat,I am guessing he is good. Alright,I am being sarcastic. Downloaded one of his songs,and couldn’t make out what the hype was about. A bit cocky,he is and God knows that pisses me off atimes! But then I have never heard his song on the radio. Upcoming,he is.. No hit on radio,no video,random songs released on twitter every saturday,yet nothing achieved but popularity. Maybe popularity leads to the real dough! Who knows. Different Folks,different strategy. Maybe him own dey work for am.
    Noble,God bless you for this article,we look forward to more articles like this from you.

  • Noble is a standard bastard. He is a kiss ass and should go and jump inside the lagoon. He himself uses twitter to hype artistes. Liar oshi. I fucking hate that guy. Fuck him. Bastard.

  • If Musa is not @ikilledmario then his @4eyedmonk

  • I see people claiming to be Musa’s wife, step-child, aunty, impostors and left testicle. I’ve tweeted at a few people today with my handle and of course there’s ‘Musa’ in it.

    Meanwhile, (A)rsenal (I)s (D)ying (S)lowly?

  • @naeto chi chi perempe Its Escobar not Escubar

  • Noble, u do have a point. Twitter should not be the only paltform artistes should use to promote their material. But, on the flipside, it’s cos of twitter I know who Adey and Beazy are though. I believe Twitter is not a bad place for startup considering the “cut throat nature” of the Nigerian Music Industry at the moment. Then maybe after a while, artistes can move on to other paltforms as the opportunities present themselves (talenthunts, radio..etc). Dear Twitter Artiste, whatever works for you. Use whatever you have at your disposal, twitter and otherwise…. May God bless your hustle.

  • all I can say is *roflolololol* still rolling… and musa is the answer, musa! bt sriosly, ds is jus anoda opportunity for some ‘upcomer’s’ pr to get beta. let’s jus kp d sentiments in check and pick the good points. and if u think there aren’t any, well move along now. or join Musa! bt watever u do, pls kp d juvy responses to urself. we av henuff vexed pple here alredi! wat am I saying? kp ‘em coming, they r funnier dan d post itself (even if they r mostly kinda O.P.)!

  • Erm…all of u hating on dis noble guy can like to write ur own article and blog. But since ur brain is occupied wit agidi jollof and d likes of it and u can’t possibly write anything reasonable, well u can like to e’no pray to God to e’no calm ya spirit. And becos i no dey fear any of una i go put my name. If e pain u too much u can like to sleep and not wake up. @musa, u dey madt gan. Lool!

  • There’s a certain comment here ya’ll didn’t say anything about (now I understand why) from James… A whole lot of grammatical blunders here… Pls @twitter artist its obvious u don’t even know what “status quo” means, smh, its not by force to speak English o, after all its not ur fore-fathers’ language, easy on the abuse please

  • Musa!!!!! Are we still on tonight? Don’t forget to buy that condom. I don’t like the way the ‘Gold circle’ tore lastime . ‘Ruff rider’ !!!!!! Or no sex. :|

  • Please download and retweet….hfk/jdkdjjmd.gh Thainks

  • This is a pretty decent article if you get me. I wouldn’t go ahead mentioning names, but the truth is that it goes both ways. I agree with points from this write up, however i would want to state that we are in 2011 and it’s the information age.

    This being said, the internet is a platform that makes almost anything possible. Soulja boy was discovered via MySpace & YouTube along with a bunch of artistes. I remember when Diddy and Skepta hooked up on twitter as well.

    Twitter is a very good platform to gain publicity and awareness, but the thing about this is a lot of Nigerian ‘Praise Singers’ just ‘famz’ this whole thing and don’t honestly support the artistes. Some just want to feel among and RT a song without actually giving it a listen and giving honest criticism on the subject issue.

    This is what creates delusions for the so called Twitter Artistes. They do not honestly have true followers who will tell them what they think about their music, and when some truly do, they are coined ‘haters’.

    Like the article says, getting outside twitter is quite vital, but i’d say these Twitter Artistes should be more open to criticism and should not equate availability on twitter to success/fame. Quit sitting on your high horse and get some extra work put in. There are a lot of ass kissers there and if you do not embrace constructive criticism, you aren’t ready for the world out there.

  • @ Tomi Adeyemi girl (you’re a girl right?) why so serious? People are entitled to treat this as a joke if they want and if you don’t get that, well, too bad. But who would have thought one simple article could be soooooooooo misunderstood. Its either most of y’all didn’t read the article or are just bad at comprehending. Noble’s point was simple and I won’t flog it. The comments have said it all and I’ve laughed my eyes out. Please when do we get an article on Nollywood? My fingers are itching…

  • Musician/Comedian…if u just mention d title of his song on twitter n put #np he’ll def RT n prolly ff u. I tried it twice, u can too… just type #np “My Kinda Song” n see wat happens…song isn’t so bad, but as a comedian…nah! D day I said it on twitter na ambulance carry me comot! #okbye

    • lol @ kay..

      i understand how u must have felt after being attacked by the friends/fans/groupies of the artist in question.

      Reminds me of when one Kay also attacked me too b’cos i didn’t believe one of her celeb-friend’s stories.

  • Did you know that 2.3 million students failed the English Comprehension section of our exam last year? I’m sure this is relevant, somehow.

    Did you also know that ‘Nobs’ took the English exam 3 times before passing? In 1945, 1974 and 1989?
    Just thought you all should know.

    Musa, come back to the office you lazy buffoon.

  • Musa..e don do! I don’t find ur comments funny anymore. Diminishing return has started setting in. The first two comments were hilarious. But bros, u don dey loose ur shine…The more comments u made just took u off the high chair I placed u. Musa,try again next time…but here, ur time don expaya!

    • U’re vexing o. Oya take q__p Sleep

  • Nobs some of this pple want ur head on d table o! Some are not commenting base on d article. It really crazy here.

  • Jeez!! A guy writes in simple english (d thing wey e see,think n feel on him own blog o).. Folks are out there hyper-ventilating, smashing bottles n yapping in spanish, yoruba, latin, ibo, mandarin and hausa Like say nobs tif their wife… Eeish!!.. Nobs, ibeg write ur nes blog in pidgin, maybe e go make sense to some/all.. Na wao!!

  • Lmaoooooooooo!!!!! Musa!! Musa ooooooooo!!! Rotflmao!

  • In my opinion, a lot of these ‘twitter artistes’ need to up their game. The ones I know about like Beazy and Adey, the latter whom I’ve actually met and seen at a few gigs, are hardworking guys who try their best. Most of their stuff is mediocre but some of it shows potential. They just need that spark to push them to where they want to be. This article is a good wake up call and might be the push they need. As for the people who just wanna feel ‘among’ by tweeting hype and don’t actually appreciate the effort and the music, I leave you to God.

  • There are apparently A LOT of children in here. Don;t mislead them:

    Artist is used for someone in the aesthetic arts(Painters Sculptors etc)

    Artiste is used for someone in the performing arts(musicians, dancers etc).

  • sooooooooo wat if dey r twitter artist…did dey ask u for anything??…

  • Abeg make una read post understand am first before una comment oooo….i see alota “remixes”
    And why the hate on Noble? I fink sending him a personal mail on how u feel abt him is better…we all don’t give a fuck abt how u feel abt him so don’t rant abt him where u are supposed to only leave a comment referring to the post!

    • Aunty or Uncle please go n take a swim in the nearest stream cos you are obviously bored! Did Noble send the Twitter artistes personal mails??? So what are you talking about here? Maybe if he had people won’t be here ‘axing’ themselves in a bid to make their own points. By the way, did it occur to you that maybe we did not give a hoot about his feelings regarding twitter artistes? But he still put this up! There….so you don’t have a point talking about “we all don’t give a fuck about how u feel about him”. By the way, a comment is all encompassing, can be about anything the person commenting considers relevant. And who even defines what should be in the comments section of a blog? Definitely not you!

  • Twitter/the internet put yung6ix on the radar. Snm

  • Who is noble igwe? And frankly speaking who gives a fuck about his opinion..nw nobs the sinner and the one who judged who’s wrong? In this case ur both a sinner nd a judge…how dare u accuse people ofthe same thing ur guilty of? Go and use cotton wool to mop oniru beach..it would give u enough time to think of ur life…ur an adult..yet u act like a kid..u think ur blogs make any sense? No dey dnt..it has no postive impact! If sleeping women is ur ultimate goal in life…I’m sry for u…

  • Who is noble igwe? And frankly speaking who gives a fuck about his opinion..nw nobs the sinner and the one who judged who’s wrong? In this case ur both a sinner nd a judge…how dare u accuse people ofthe same thing ur guilty of? Go and use cotton wool to mop oniru beach..it would give u enough time to think of ur life…ur an adult..yet u act like a kid..u think ur blogs make any sense? No dey dnt..it has no postive impact! If sleeping women is ur ultimate goal in life…I’m sry for u…
    Yours faithfully
    The slayer

  • i do not care for Nobs or if he lies in his memoirs. its a good read… its not the usual ‘why do men cheat’, ‘how to get a guy in ten days’…bla bla. whats my business? i just read when i’m bored at work and i bounce.
    its obviously fiction but its nice :D
    as for the twitter artistes… please ride on my brothers and sisters, one day one day, the Lord will see all the struggle and bless thee… we all are trying to ‘make it’ in this wicked world.tweet all you want, be famous on twitter(its something) the world is ending in a couple of days.

    pizz
    theuces

  • Since nob thinks he’s entitled to give advise to other people let me give him some advice…grow up and get a life nobs..u can’t measure a man by the amount of women he has conquered in bed…onlt boys do dat….u think ur successful cuz ur famous for nothing…well tgeres a diff btw succesful people and significant people..ur sucessful but insignificant..try and make positive impacts thru ur blog..say things dat change peoples lifes…nd act a man
    Yours faithfully
    The slayer

  • Since nob thinks he’s entitled to give advise to other people let me give him some advice…grow up and get a life nobs..u can’t measure a man by the amount of women he has conquered in bed…onlt boys do dat….u think ur successful cuz ur famous for nothing…well tgeres a diff btw succesful people and significant people..ur sucessful but insignificant..try and make positive impacts thru ur blog..say things dat change peoples lifes…nd act a man…well people will criticze me for my comments but sumone needs to burst this guys bubble….wake him up frm this stupid illusion that he is important..he needs to stop acting a fool…noble truth hurts but I only wish u listen…
    Yours faithfully
    The slayer

    • I’m sorry Noble hurt you. Drink water, cold water

  • D blog is entertaining…..wit all d lies..nd truths its sha fun…make noble continue…if he wan responsible na hin business…as for d artists terryg dem…twitter is nobodys fadaland anyone can do wateva….

  • Nobs, thunder fire ur nyansh…..see how u let pips dey abuse my guy (adey)….I luv dat him GOOD MUSIC jam….its even on my desktop

  • Frustrated Arsenal bitch are you a fool? Did Nobs put a gun to their heads?

  • The Slayer?? wtf? You aint even using your real name and come to bitch about being a man?? Suck on a lemon silly!

  • Domina pls go and masturbate wit nepa pole or shut up!!!!

  • I support some points made in the post, “music should not be marketed only online”. True talk, but I should also say that getting music across to radio djs and oaps ain’t no child’s play either. Imagine paying a dj 10 to 15 grand to give your song good play on radio, thats no small money when you find out that its an upcoming act thats involved.
    Secondly, on the issue of people criticising Kemi Adetiba, its your own cup of tea, she’s making the videos and people appreciate her, even though I feel she’s been overhyping herself with the ‘tease me’ video.
    Thirdly, the importance of twitter and other social media cannot be underestimated. Yung6ix, Erigga are a testament to this fact.
    Unto the issue of praise singers, truth be told, information is infectious, just by one retweet, you could get the opportunity of a lifetime. And if I should add, the corporate sector that pay the artistes how many of them actually listen to radio on a regular? Most of the songs we even get to hear on radio these days are nothing but mood killers so why not let someone get his material by his choice of mass media.
    Nuff said, Nobs, nice article but please next time you’ll do well to remove yourself the article

  • While we’re on the subject please tell your fellow unruly, Tosyn with a Y aka contradiction to stop singing, abeg abeg abeg!Let her stick to her radio OAP job.
    Her singing makes my eyes water from too much laughter!

    • Y’all dissing, Noble are fools. Big ones! Oya take c\_/, y’all need to cool tha fuck down! Dude did NOT mention names. All u basic dunces shlda done was eida shut the eff up and waka fast as y’all aren’t twitter artist(e)s and I don’t see why y’all be taking alabukun for @mumu’s headache or a simple “I don’t agree” would have sufficed not tearing him anoda asshole. I don’t know him or any of the artistes y’all have unwittingly called out, but I do understand english and his article was reconciliatory, suggestive and funny at best. He wasn’t judging and if he was, its his web account, y’all should go open an account, (its not very expensive, you see) and do what u want.
      Beazy is hardworking and I believe him and his brother if they wanted would take this further than twitter but if they aren’t for now, like I said earlier, still nobody’s biz but them, y’all feel me. To be honest,not all his bmm’s are so nice but tell me, how possible is it to be good ALL d time?? He’s human afterall.

      E lo gbe enu yin dake or ke lo mu Zobo imperial as Musa suggested.

      Btw, anyone knows what time the train be leaving on 21st may?? I gotta be on that shit, ya know. :D

  • Y’all dissing, Noble are fools. Big ones! Oya take c\_/, y’all need to cool tha fuck down! Dude did NOT mention names. All u basic dunces shlda done was eida shut the eff up and waka fast as y’all aren’t twitter artist(e)s and I don’t see why y’all be taking alabukun for @mumu’s headache or a simple “I don’t agree” would have sufficed not tearing him anoda asshole. I don’t know him or any of the artistes y’all have unwittingly called out, but I do understand English and his article was reconciliatory, suggestive and funny at best. He wasn’t judging and if he was, its his web account, y’all should go open an account, (its not very expensive, you see) and do what u want.

    Beazy (the main victim here) is hardworking and I believe him and his brother if they wanted would take his ‘career’ further than twitter but if they aren’t for now, like I said earlier, still nobody’s biz but them, y’all feel me. To be honest not all his bmm’s are so nice but tell me, how possible is it to be good ALL d time?? He’s human after all.

    E lo gbe enu yin dake or ke lo mu Zobo imperial as Musa suggested.

    Btw, anyone knows what time the train be leaving on 21st May?? I gotta be on that shit, ya know. :D

  • “The act of twitting”
    tweeting*

  • Hahaha Musa is @MusaNaira. Confirmed!!

  • Beazy has finished all of u. http://www.360nobs.com/2011/05/beazy-music-monday-beazy-i-no-send-you/

  • Its very Obvious that this “Claire Negbenebor” wants to be mentioned on “Memmoirs Of Slu…shhkid” or maybe one of those girls that Noble f*cked & dump..so she’s trying to get d bobo back..Buhahahaha why u replying/commenting on all the posts? na u write the article or u co-wrote it? Please i advice u stay out of this. Noble made some points no doubt but come to look at it, “Social Networks” are the easier places to promote your stuffs these days becos u dont pay 4 it. An upcoming artiste going to drop his stuff in a radio station doesnt even have money, yet the hungry AOP’s are charging them. how much has d artiste made in music?..

  • Haba! Na wa for some peeps oo! Dem turn comment box to their own blog post! Smh….
    @Nobs I love the write up jor! Plus I cud stop laughing at this “while the praise singers are everywhere on twitter like heat rashes on the back a homeless 4 year old boy in Gombe State.”

  • If not for twitter do you think people will know about 360nobs.com or even your memoirs? Be honest in your ans.

  • This is exactly why Twitter is 140 characters or less, or some people would never STFU. Nobody wants to read your boring-ass long comments.

    You on point, Igwe. Deception is the Twitter artiste’s greatest cutomer.

  • Buh this claire babe though, what’s your interest? Hobnobs? Does he know you before? Kai! Another kele bites the dust!

  • wow

  • whatever check out the boss 2baba do his thing on Im feeling Good Remix here http://www.box.net/shared/grf5cnx1vkmp90ojh9tq

  • nobs i like you cos you dey yan am as e be…meanwhile one small qualms dey: “…like heat rashes on the back a homeless 4 year old boy in Gombe State…” << not a nice analogy mehn BUT other than that, the article make sense well.
    when the next installment of slushkid dey comot sha?

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