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Home s. Posted by Entzhood on June 19, 0. It is needless to say that at this very moment, it is a fact that the Nigerian music industry has grown in leaps and bounds. If ever there was any doubt that Nigerian musicians were now the toasts of the world, the recent Grammy Award win by Burna Boy put paid to that.
However, as the industry seems to be growing daily, there is an ugly aspect that is giving a lot of people cause for concern. Also, quite a of songs brazenly promote drug abuse and Internet fraud. Though some of these videos have been banned by the National Broadcasting Commission, they can be viewed on cable TV and on the Internet. Over the cause of the past few months, several Saturday Beats readers had sent in messages, complaining about the use of vulgar lyrics and raunchy music videos by Nigerian artistes. A particular reader, Ademoye Kazeem, stated that the situation had got so bad that he banned his children from watching certain stations and channels.
They are full of vulgar messages, even as they encourage listeners to engage in social vices such as drunkenness, prostitution Music videos with boobs smoking. It has got to a point that I use the parental control feature on the cable TV at home. I also banned everyone in my house, both children and adults, from watching certain channels. An educationist, Biodun Shonubi, told Saturday Beats that lewd lyrics and videos had a negative impact on children. Children listen to those lyrics and watch the videos and see all manner of things.
Unfortunately, the media is not also helping issues. Those videos are practically shown on every station one tunes to.
Even if those raunchy videos are to be played, they should Music videos with boobs shown at night when children would most likely have gone to bed. But, regardless of what time it is, those videos are shown to members of the public, including impressionable minds. It is also sad that society celebrates musicians who propagate such vices. Many children see these musicians as role models and want to copy everything they do. Shonubi also berated musicians who felt their songs would not be popular if they did not use vulgar lyrics.
I initially thought it was something she had seen her parents doing, but the little girl in question stated that she was only practising what she saw in a music video. I had to call her parents immediately and report the incident to them. They then promised to be more careful and intentional about the things their children listen to and watch. As a youth coach, I am taking care of more than 10 teenagers who are in the grips of hard drugs. Many of them are in rehabilitation centres, trying to break their addiction to drugs.
Sadly, entertainers are not helping manners. These days, you would rarely find music videos where they are not drinking, smoking and taking drugs.
This is in addition to the near-nakedness that Music videos with boobs always on full display in such videos. Parents should take active interest in the kind of content their children have access to. Children learn more from what they see, rather than what they hear. Thankfully, most TV programmes are age-categorised. In a similar vein, a psychologist and a former Vice President of the National Association of Clinical Psychologists, Afolabi Aroyewun, stated that lewd lyrics, images and videos had negative impacts on the minds of children.
At that stage, they are observing everything going on around them and forming an idea of what is good and bad. If what they see is nudity everywhere— on TVs and even billboards when they go out— they would have a warped idea of human beings and human nature. All these things on television are forms of culture reengineering. The Westerners that started such were trying to reengineer our culture, humanity and focus.
Unfortunately, we bought it hook, line and sinker. The only reaction to vulgar lyrics can only be negative. With such lewd videos, even marriages are no longer safe. Things that should be covered are now displayed in the open for all to see. I work on a campus and you need to see the sort of dresses some students wear, as if they are going to the nightclub. All these things are interwoven and have a spiral effect.
We really need to pause and take stock of the kind of message we are passing to the younger generation. It may be difficult initially but we would get it done in due time. It is a long-term project; not something that can be done quickly. It takes a long time to re-orientate people. Another psychologist, Freda Nwabudike, noted with dismay that many artistes even went beyond music videos to propagate vices on social media.
It is disheartening that beyond music videos, some of these artistes also go on social media to say all sorts. Recently, a controversial artiste, Naira Marley, took to social media to say he wanted to sleep with a mother and daughter at the same time. I was pleased that Nigerians, including other celebrities, called him out for that statement, which I consider to be very irresponsible.
If this trend is allowed to continue, the coming generation would begin to see certain irresponsible acts as being normal.
They would have been desensitised to certain things that should not have a place in a decent society. Meanwhile, the President of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, Pretty Okafor, noted that it was not the job of his association to regulate the intellectual property of musicians. We are a trade union and we are supposed to safeguard the interests of musicians. PMAN does not have the power to regulate the creative content of any musician.
It is the duty of parents, teachers and other people who take care of children to determine what their wards watch and listen to. However, some parents like to push their responsibilities to teachers and other people, without playing their parts. I agree that quite a of artistes use vulgar lyrics but those songs are not meant for children.
It is not compulsory for kids to watch music videos. They can always watch cartoons. If you say musicians are the ones polluting the minds of young ones, what would you then say of politicians? Every day, we hear stories of politicians embezzling huge sums of money meant for the entire populace. Does that not pass a negative image to the youths? The news is saturated with reports of mindless kidnappings, killings, robberies and other negative acts.
I think it is things like that that should capture our attention; not the content of songs. Generally, there is a huge moral deficit in the country and it would be wrong to place the blame at the feet of musicians. Have you ever wondered why they are not as popular as the vulgar ones?
It is because that is what people like. Meanwhile, a message sent to the official website of the NBC, www. Name required. required, but never shared. Go Back To The Top. Home Recent Posts s. Share this:. Like this: Like Loading No Comments Yet Drop a Comment. Looking for something?
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