New Generation Artists Need To Respect Legends – ID Cabasa

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Veteran record producer ID Cabasa, also known as Olumide Ogunade, has addressed the ongoing conflict between emerging artists and industry legends.

The recent public feud between Eedris Abdulkareem and Burna Boy has ignited a passionate discussion on social media platforms. Speaking on the Afrobeats Podcast, ID Cabasa stressed the importance of mutual respect and understanding between new artists and veterans.

He believes that the younger generation should pay homage to the pioneers who paved the way, while the veterans should uphold their dignity.

ID Cabasa further emphasized the significance of respecting the OGs (original gangsters) and urged veterans to support and guide young artists instead of excessively criticizing them.

In summary, ID Cabasa advocates for a harmonious relationship between new and old talents in the music industry.

He said:

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

In other news, Toyin Abraham-Ajeyemi a Nigerian actress and filmmaker couldn’t contain her joy for her colleague and longtime friend, Kehinde Bankole, who received an award at the recently concluded AMVCA ceremony.

During the 10th edition of the award ceremony, Kehinde Bankole emerged victorious over other nominees to claim the prestigious Best Lead Actress award for her outstanding performance in Adire.

This marks her second time winning the Best Actress title, having previously achieved it in 2015.

An online video captured Toyin Abraham praising Kehinde Bankole for her well-deserved victory.

She proclaimed Kehinde is the finest actress in Africa and expressed her pride in her accomplishments. In the video, Kehinde stood at the center while Toyin walked around her, complimenting her.

In the caption accompanying the video, Kehinde expressed her love for Toyin and described her as a beautiful-faced friend who enjoys playing around.

Kehinde Bankole wrote:

“@toyin_abraham Dada, my friend with a fine face and too much playfulness. Ha wahala e po, my dearest. I love you truly”.

Toyin remarked on the transformation of Kehinde and extended her congratulations on the award once more.

“I have turned you into something else; congratulations once again, my baby. Love u so much”.

In response to the video shared by Kehinde Bankole, certain fans showed sincere happiness for the actress’s victory, while others criticized Toyin Abraham for seeking attention and celebrating her win when Funke Akindele did not receive the award as anticipated.

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