Broadcast Media to Blame for Crappy Music

The recently published article entitled Dream Boys in Plagiarism War, is one which might not have been well received by the Artists, or their management, but it depicted real on-ground facts.

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From reality, these musicians emulated a very lazy way of working.

The fact that masses seem to have been blinded by what mainstream media feeds it, is  a matter so saddening.

With such artists like the Dream Boys– who are considered to be Award-winning, ‘Top’, talented acts”, then globally expressing such lameness in crafting their Art, am afraid how the Rwandan music industry will take a much longer time to jointly see the musical light to progress.

Questions that arose where; How did we get here?, How is it that those who have been crowned ‘Top Musicians’ are falling in this Plagiarism boat?, Why now?

To broadcast media, we are gradually discovering how most radios and Tv stations have been compromised. Dear musicians, it might be okay to pay these media organisations to promote your craft/ music, but it is so poisonous, foolishly unprofessional and artistically so lazy coming up with plagiarized work.

Dear musicians, and Artist managers, gone are the days when Africans were considered backwards, or in darkness. As your audience, we are more out there online, listening to far better music, advance media broadcasts that we wont be deceived into buying  that lazy music you produce(even when you sell it to a particular media house).

Think broader than just your district or country.

To broadcast media, the world is watching and you will be held accountable for the crap you currently feed masses- for it is a matter of time.

Criticism is a healthy lane, which shapes one, be ware of an environment which only sings praise of you.


Published by Andy's Sight

A learner... Experiencing the ups and downs in all life's corners...With a passion for Media;specifically writing and Broadcasting...Still emerging... Life is the main inspiration behind these writings; through the rich experience as a teacher, and my current sojourns in Journalism; I find life, look at it through a different sight, which I share.

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