Songstress Efe Keyz has fired some shots at her collogues who weave their lyrics around the loom of sexual themes.
The phenomenon has become the order of the day in the music industry in recent times and when Efe had the chance to talk about it, she did it wholeheartedly.
Speaking in an interview with Larry Bozzlz on TV Africa’s ‘Video Ryde’ show, the Zylofon Media signed act says although the approach might look enticing and quick way to gain fame, it doesn’t argur well in a long run.
To deepen her point, Efe drew a parallel line between Nigerian and Ghanaian singers, arguing that the Nigerians don’t engage in profanity yet they are making it.
She said:”That so wrong, I mean let’s look at the Nigerian people the Yemi Alades and the Tiwa Savages… even in their own local languages they do not make such song.”