New generation artiste, BNXN, has given a shocking revelation on how some Nigerian artists achieve the number one position on the charts without people listening to their songs.
BNXN who is still called Buju by many, on his twitter page, made this allegation of how some Nigerian artists attain the number one spot on the charts across all streaming platforms without people actually listening to their.
The singer talked about the use of ‘Streaming Farms’ by artistes in pop culture in different parts of the world, where they pay for their songs to be streamed to boost their positions on the charts and also increase their stream numbers.
Streaming farms are services artists and labels use to inflate their numbers on digital streaming platforms and also build a sense of hype around these artists. These activities do not create balance as artists who do not engage in these activities suffer a lot on the charts and in terms of streaming numbers.
BNXN revealed that this service is now present in the Nigerian entertainment industry and he had to call the attention of fans to it.
His post below:
“There are streaming farms in Nigeria now. A room where your label bosses pay money to get your songs up by automation , no real fans , no real people , just a facade. Y’all make the people who really work for this bleed and your day is coming. Enikure”
This revelation came up during, what seemed like the second phase of online fight between BNXN and Ruger, following their previous heated exchange of words some months back.
Some screenshots of their recent exchange of words, are seen below: