Singer Afeez Olagunju, also known as Afeezee, called on record companies to follow the principles of fairness, justice and justice in their treatment of up-and-coming artists in the music industry.

In an interview with our reporter, Afeezee said: “The music industry in Nigeria is well developed and there are many success stories of artists from grassroots to elegance.

“However, more work needs to be done on the legal aspects of contracts and business.

“Record companies should be guided by the principles of fairness, justice and justice in their treatment of upcoming artists.

“Promising artists should also take the time to learn the business aspects of music making, not just the music. Additionally, technology that connects creatives and helps them manage their day-to-day activities should be developed or adopted.”

Afeezee recently released an extended version of his debut novel, Humble Beginning, which he says was inspired by his personal struggles.

“My latest EP is inspired by my personal and social struggles. I’ve been actively writing songs since 2015, but I just had the opportunity to make my songs to make the tracks,” he said.

Afeezee added that the six-track EP, available on all streaming platforms, includes “beautiful songs and a mix of various instruments to keep you entertained and inspired”.

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