Not long after her voiced-out opinion led to the banning of Wande Coal’s Go Low, singer Kenny St. Best has taken her vendetta to the top, accusing the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria of failure to regulate the content of music videos released by Nigerian artistes.
KSB said “Every industry has a body that governs and checks it’s activities… The music industry has none… Nobody is regulating us. PMAN has failed in itself… It’s not in my place to fight. But I will make noise and criticise my colleagues openly. It is getting terrible.”
KSB came under a lot of fire from fans and critics when her Twitter rant led to banning of Wande Coal’s Go Low, but said she had nothing against the Mavin crew. She said she had to reach out to Wande Coal’s label-boss Don Jazzy, because “he’s a big guy in the industry, and so people will naturally follow him.
KSB also asked for the help of TV stations in her campaign, asking them to set up “departments to screen the videos before they hit the screen.” The singer also wants there to be a penalty for those artistes, and said they were a major factor in the increase of rape cases.