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Masterkraft Calls Out Headies For Ignoring His Contribution To Nigeria’s Music Industry


Nigerian record producer cum disc jockey, Sunday Nweke, professionally known as Masterkraft, is not happy for not clinching an award plaque at the just concluded Headies.

The music producer took to social media to express his feelings while accusing Headies organisers of not recognising his contribution to the Nigerian music industry.

According to him, he has been a blessing to the music industry and he would never quit contributing his quota to the industry.

He listed the names of prominent musicians he has worked with, yet Headies didn’t recognise his hard work.

“While I can, I have been a blessing to Naija music industry for years and will forever be a legend to anybody who chooses to be excellent, exceptional, and special in the music space of their continent.

“While Headies have chosen to ignore me for years. I will never give up or quit!!!. Am gonna forever leave this world a legend and blessing to many.

“Every single year, I come thru and carry @2niteflavour@phynofino@wizkidayo@davido@burnaboy@olamide and as many as I have been blessed to work with on my back.

“And I’m still not recognised for whatever reason best known to the Headies is crazy shaa.

“Congrats to my homies, @beatsbysarz for winning the producer of the year after 1 billion years of being a co Genius like myself!!!

“We move!!!! It’s all love!!!!! I am gonna be here for a long time, y’all, and expect the best!!!!

“I was gonna say fuck u Headies but again, lemme keep it cool!!!. God is the greatest !!!! Thanks @bankyw@kennyogungbe”, he wrote.

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